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West Cork GAA Club welcomes pollinators

This Saturday March 30th, Kilmeen/Kilbree GAA are doing something amazing to help bees and other pollinators. They are devoting some of their club’s lands to planting pollinator-friendly plants and 1,000 native trees, with help from children in Kilmeen National School … Continued

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TECHNICAL BLOG: Designing a pollinator-friendly roundabout

Designing a pollinator-friendly herbaceous scheme for roundabouts – By Peter Cuthbert, Horticultural Services Roundabouts can provide the opportunity for very attractive herbaceous planting schemes and excellent resources for pollinators. Successful long-lasting herbaceous schemes need considerable plant knowledge, both in terms … Continued

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Life on the edge 

Donna Rainey explains how a phonecall to her local Roads Service kickstarted a project that has protected many wildflower-rich verges in Northern Ireland.       Routine mowing of roadside wildflower verges has troubled me for years. My summer walks and … Continued

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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
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