Biodiversity Awards Finalists

Our awards finalist are listed below

Congratulations to all our finalist who will be displaying their projects at the National Biodiversity Conference

We look forward to announcing the category winners at the conference on the morning of 20th Feb!

Category A: People Together for Biodiversity Award – Small Project

Carrigaline Tidy Towns from County Cork with their project

Carrigaline Tidy Towns Commitment to the All Ireland Pollinator Plan 2015 -2020

Baile Slachtmhar Bhéal an Mhuirthead, from Belmullet Co Mayo with their project

It’s all about the Bee’s and the Sea’s

Tipperary Tidy Towns Group with their project

Discovering the Wildlife of the River Ara, Tipperary Town

Category B: People Together for Biodiversity Award-  Large Project

John Sullivan Resource Centre (JSC), Clane, Co. Kildare

John Sullivan Resource Centre Biodiversity Garden

Moore Community Council CE Scheme

Ballydangan Bog Red Grouse Project

Newbridge Tidy Towns Association

Liffey Linear Park – Pollinator and biodiversity projects

Category C: Local Biodiversity Champion Award

Patrick Fahy nominated for his work promoting biodiversity with Westport Tidy Towns

Feargal Ó Cuinneagáin for his  project Anaclann Dúlra an Traonaigh Uí Chuinneagáin

Tommy Earley nominated for Sharing the biodiversity on his farm in Roscommon

Category D: Learning Together for Biodiversity Award

St. Saviour’s National School from Rathdrum County Wicklow with their project

Woodland Biodiversity Restoration & Sensory Garden

St. Colman’s Community College from Midleton, Co. Cork with their project

“Biodiversity in our School and the Wider Community

Gaelscoil Charraig Uí Leighin from Carrigaline County Cork with

“Butterfly garden; Tír na bhFéileacáin

Category E: Farming Together for Biodiversity Award

Oliver & Pat Nagle working within the The Burren Programme

John Foley working within the KerryLIFE Project

Míchéal Ó Conghaile from the Aran Life project

Category F: Working Together for Biodiversity Award

Burren Nature Sanctuary for their work on The Burren Botany Bubble.

Gas Networks Ireland for their Biodiversity Enhancement Programme

ABP Food Group for their Nurture Nature Programme.

The Together for Biodiversity Awards are part of the National Biodiversity Conference, which takes place at Dublin Castle on 20th and 21st February 2019. The award winner will be announced at the National Biodiversity Conference

The National Biodiversity Conference is being organised by the National Parks and Wildlife Service and the Irish Forum on Natural Capital. These awards are kindly sponsored by Dublin Port Company