Following on from my recent (March 2016) successful ‘Gardening for Biodiversity‘ informal talks in Tinahely, Co. Wicklow, I am rolling them out on a regional basis into Wexford, Carlow and the rest of Wicklow. Indeed I was invited by Monaseed Community Group in North Wexford to give a condensed version covering gardening for pollinators, wildflower gardening and trees for wildlife. This was held during Ireland’s Biodiversity Week (May 2016).
I can adapt the tried and tested series of 5 informal talks so they meet the needs of community groups , garden centres and organisations. I am also willing to give groups a taster and at a later stage I can help groups to apply for funding. Community grants and Local Agenda 21 Environmental grants through county councils may be suitable to help fund these talks.