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Old Ways In New Days

‘Old Ways In New Days’ the second in the series of Tri-Biosphere Webinars.

In celebration of the 50th year anniversary of the UNESCO Man and the Biosphere programme, three neighbouring Biosphere Reserves, the Dublin Bay Biosphere Reserve, The Kerry Biosphere Reserve and the Isle of Man Biosphere Reserve, have come together to co-host a yearlong webinar programme celebrating the natural and built heritage and culture of these extraordinary places.

Tri-Biosphere Webinar series launched

First Webinar in the Tri-Biosphere Webinar series - Birds of the Biosphere

To celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the UNESCO Man and Biosphere Programme, The Dublin Bay Biosphere - in partnership with BirdWatch Ireland – hosted a very special webinar.

Kerry UNESCO Biosphere Reserve now active

Kerry UNESCO Biosphere Reserve now active.  Reeks European Innovation project tackling the spread of rhododendron.

Kerry is home to one of only two UNESCO designated Biosphere Reserves in Ireland. The Kerry Biosphere Reserve is located in the heart of the Kingdom.

My Kerry Biosphere 2020’ Primary School calendar

As part of the ‘Our Planet, Your Biosphere’ autumn event series for 2020, primary school students from around Kerry were invited to take part in a calendar art competition.

The primary school calendar competition was launched on November 5th with a closing date for submission on the 20th of November.

Primary School Workshops

As part of the ‘Our Planet, Your Biosphere’ event series workshops were offered to primary schools located within the UNESCO Kerry Biosphere Reserve. Three workshops topics were offered: Native Woodlands, Peatland Habitats and Upland Habitats.  These workshops were offered in conjunction with an independent environmental education Alannah Ní Cheallaigh and the Irish Peatland Conservation Council.

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