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Forest Friends Ireland Biodiversity Programme May 19th to June 6th 2013 announced ...


Written in Environmental News: May 17th, 2013, 1:09pm by admin  | View all categories.
Forest Friends Ireland Biodiversity Programme May 19th to June 6th 2013 announced ...|admin|1368792597|Forest Friends Ireland Biodiversity Programme May 19th to June 6th 2013 is announced.

You can view full details of the events >> over on this page <<.

19/05/2013  - Biodiversity Walk with Ballyboghal Hedgerow Society - www.thehedge.org

20/05/2013 - Special edition of ENVIRO on NEAR 90.3 FM discussing "National Biodiversity Week"

21/05/2013 - Marino Library, Marino, Dublin 3. Presentation of the Forest Friends Ireland Tree and Forest Water Biodiversity Project.

22/05/2013 - Forest Friends Ireland - Santry Woods and Santry River biodiversity discovery walk with ecologist Laetitia Beschus.

23/05/2013 - Launch of "Home For Frogs" the Forest Friends Ireland garden pond project with Belmayne Educate Together National School, Dublin.

26/05/2013 - Launch of the Rotary Cross Border Peace Forest  with a ceremonial planting of oak trees by Sakuji Tanaka President Rotary International.

06/06/2013 - Presentation of the Forest Friends Ireland "Home For Frogs" project to students at Bayside Senior Primary School, Sutton.

If you require any further information on our Biodiversity Week activities please contact info@forestfriends.ie or from our office at 55 Fairview Strand, Fairview, Dublin 3, Ireland.





Forest Friends Ireland receive grant funding from the Irish Department of the Environment Climate and Communications through the Irish Environmental Network (IEN). The IEN supports and coordinates individual organisations like Forest Friends Ireland who are all engaged in protecting and enhancing the environment through their various projects and educational activities.

Forest Friends Ireland are the premier tree organisation

in the Republic of Ireland

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Forest Friends welcome volunteers to help with their biodiversity tree projects

Thank you for supporting Forest Friends Ireland.



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