Hosted by Irish Wildlife Trust Dublin.
The September “outing” is in fact a workshop. Working with the marvelous Dublin Community Growers we will be holding a workshop on Saturday, September 28th, at 12:30 to show you how to plant and grow wild flowers in an urban garden. Places are very limited – we can manage 20 people. We’ll be giving each of you a bag of seed to bring home. We won’t be charging but any donation would be welcome. To book your place, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Date & Time: 12:30 pm start, Saturday 28th September.
Do NOT use Facebook or Meetup – we will reply to the emails either telling you the location or putting you on the wait list.
Waterways and woodlands work together. Waterways such as the Barrow act as a woodland corridor and can provide a refuge for native trees and woodland wildlife in our modern landscape. Join us at this event to walk the towpath of the Barrow River exploring the amazing river habitat and the role trees play in the ecology of the waterway.
At this event, you will learn about the wildlife of the river, get a close look at the aquatic insects through a pond dipping demonstration and learn how to identify native Irish trees.
This is a family friendly event. All children attending must be supervised by an adult.
Booking is essential email us on email@example.com to book your place.
This event free of charge and is supported by Waterways Ireland.
Date & Time: 12th October, 11:00
Meeting Point: Cournellan Lock, Clashganny, Co Carlow