Read More on New How-to-guide: Protecting nocturnal pollinators

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New How-to-guide: Protecting nocturnal pollinators

The All-Ireland Pollinator Plan is delighted to release a new free resource on protecting nocturnal pollinators. We produced this new guide in collaboration with Georgia MacMillan of the Mayo Dark Sky Park and Rachel McKenna & Michael O’Donnell of MothsIreland. … Continued

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Lessons from the 2023 Wild Bee Festival

By Kate Chandler, Communities and Engagement Pollinator Officer for the National Biodiversity Data Centre.                     On the 12th and 13th of August, Tralee hosted the second ever Wild Bee Festival on … Continued

Read More on Managing Urban Parks for Pollinators and People

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Managing Urban Parks for Pollinators and People

By Roisin Gowen This research was conducted as part of an undergraduate project by Roisin Gowen at Trinity College Dublin, who assessed different park management strategies and how they impacted plant and pollinator diversity, and urban park users’ relationships with … Continued

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Blarney Street Pollinator Path

Molly Garvey, of the Blarney Street Pollinator Path group, tells us about how a neighbourhood came together to help pollinators in Cork City   It started with a rotten fence. In the second week of the first pandemic lockdown in … Continued

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NEW resource: Agri-processors’ supply chains

Origin Green in conjunction with the All-Ireland Pollinator Plan (AIPP) is delighted to launch the newest flyer which focuses on Processors’ supply chains. The flyer accompanies a series of webinars entitled ‘Pathways to Pollinator-biodiversity‘ and provides simple steps, underpinned by … Continued

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Wild Bee Festival

The Wild Bee Festival is an annual event coordinated by the National Biodiversity Data Centre, which aims to raise awareness of Ireland’s pollinators and how to help them in local communities. Details of the 2024 Wild Bee Festival will be … Continued

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Orchid delight at Trinity College

By Prof. Jane Stout, Trinity College Dublin The All-Ireland Pollinator Plan has been supporting and advocating #NoMowMay, an initiative to reduce the mowing regime in private and public lawns, and allow wildflowers to bloom, for several years, with some incredible … Continued
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