Businesses Case study # 1:  Gannon Homes, Co. Dublin

Business: Gannon Homes

County: Dublin

www.clongriffintown.ie

Headlines:

“This is Gannon Homes first year of implementing the Pollinator Plan and over the next few years we would hope to ramp up our commitment and build on this foundation.  With the future in mind, Gannon Homes are committed to implementing the Pollinator Plan across any future development sites.”

Read the full case study, click here.

 

Businesses Case study # 2:  Little Green Growers, Co. Galway

Business: Little Green Growers

County: Galway

www.littlegreengrowers.ie

Headlines:

“We plan to protect flower-rich areas and manage non farmed areas to be as pollinator friendly as possible. Pollinator friendly actions increase our revenue and make for a better future for Irish wildlife and a more sustainable future for the farm.”

Read the full case study, click here.

 

Businesses Case study # 3:  Elmpark Green, Co. Dublin

Business: Elmpark Green

County: Dublin

www.theclub.elmparkgreen.ie

Headlines:

“We identified an area of 0.2 acres in Elmpark Green which we have converted into a wildflower garden in May 2019. It is our intention to monitor on an ongoing basis how healthy our ecosystem is. This initiative is fully supported by the community and the owners of Elmpark Green.”

Read the full case study, click here.

 

Businesses Case study # 4:  ABP, Co. Louth

Business: ABP Food Group

County: Louth

www.abpsustainabilitystory.com

Headlines:

“ABP Food Group is Ireland’s largest processor and exporter of grass-fed beef sourced from Irish farms. We are passionate about the protection of biodiversity and that is why we are committed to implementing various biodiversity strategies on all our sites and throughout the supply chain. Pollinator species are a particular focus in ABP’s biodiversity corridors, which is why numerous wildflower meadows have been developed on our sites.”

Read the full case study, click here.

 

Businesses Case study # 5:  Belfast Zoological Gardens, Co. Antrim

Business: Belfast Zoological Gardens

County: Antrim

www.belfastzoo.co.uk

Headlines:

“It is important to Belfast Zoo, that we can protect, not only endangered species from around the world, but also the native wildlife found on our own doorstep. Our bee conservation platform allows us to educate visitors about the threats facing pollinators, it also allows us to teach visitors how they can help improve the living conditions of this vital species.”

Read the full case study, click here.

 

Businesses Case study # 6:  Granville Ecopark, Co. Tyrone

Business: Granville Ecopark Limited

County: Tyrone

www.granvilleecopark.com

Headlines:

“The team have shown great commitment to the creation of the Wildflower Meadow ensuring there has been a variety of flowers available for the bees. ‘I was given this project last year and knew very little about gardening, bees or biodiversity, but through research and help from colleagues we have been able to build a thriving bee garden this year and have high hopes for next year’, Alice, HR Officer.”

Read the full case study, click here.