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The fight to save the bees

Following publication of the mid-term review of the All-Ireland Pollinator Plan 2015-2020, Dr Úna Fitzpatrick reflects on some of the achievements and challenges faced.     I haven’t worked a day in my life. – If that was the case … Continued

Read More on New research funding: Protecting Farmland Pollinators

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New research funding: Protecting Farmland Pollinators

The National Biodiversity Data Centre is delighted that its project application for Protecting Farmland Pollinators under the Department of Agriculture’s EIP Programme was successful. €1.26 million has been made available to test the delivery and evidence base for actions to … Continued

Read More on US trip to learn about Pollinator Plan

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US trip to learn about Pollinator Plan

Anne Murray, Biodiversity Officer, Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council; Tom Sullivan and Peggy McLeod, Massachusetts Pollinator Network; Una FitzPatrick and Gemma Hughes, All-Ireland Pollinator Plan.   On October 15th, Peggy McLeod and Tom Sullivan from the Western Massachusetts Pollinator Network … Continued

Read More on New stamps raise awareness of our native bees

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New stamps raise awareness of our native bees

Thanks to An Post for helping drive awareness of the decline in our native bee species! Four new €1 stamps designed by Dublin’s Design HQ, based on illustrations by botanical artist Shevaun Doherty, pay tribute to the hardest working insects … Continued

Read More on Green Flag for Parks Pollinator Award Winners 2018

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Green Flag for Parks Pollinator Award Winners 2018

Congratulations to Castletown Demesne – the overall Pollinator Award winner for 2018! On the 19th July An Taisce Environment Education revealed the parks and green spaces that have been awarded a prestigious Green Flag for Parks Award for 2018.Only awarded … Continued

Read More on Pollinator Plan creates a buzz at Bloom

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Pollinator Plan creates a buzz at Bloom

The All-Ireland Pollinator Plan was at Bloom in the Phoenix Park, Dublin, over the June bank holiday weekend and the reception we received from visitors was overwhelmingly positive. We were inundated with interest from gardeners, teachers, Tidy Towns representatives, and … Continued
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