Fantastic night of Biodiversity information sharing

Wendy Woo in the Willows
Brige Woodward
Breege making a presentation to Marin Olo, Erasmus student from Estonia
Brige Woodward
Breege making presentation to Ly Kuzmin, Erasmus student from Estonia
Brige Woodward
Breege making presentation to Irena Raudia, Erasmus student from Estonia
Brige Woodward
Wendy Woo in the Willows, wonderful products all homemade & homegrown
Brige Woodward
Local Ecologist Louise Duignan, brilliant sharing of guides and online resources
Brige Woodward
Breege & Mary, volunteers with Louisburgh-Killeen Heritage
Brige Woodward
Biodiversity information sharing and learning
Brige Woodward
Large attendance at biodiversity information
Brige Woodward
Massive “Thank you” to all who attended our biodiversity sharing last Thursday 16th June in Killeen Community Centre.
Fantastic tips on how to identify different species of flora, with helpful handout with links to many online resources from Ecologist Louise.
Wonderful insight to growing and harvesting different herbs and flowers, then the process of mixing, blending and packaging by local producer Wendy Woo in the Willows.
We were delighted to make a small presentation to our Erasmus plus students, from Estonia, who have been helping us record, archive and photograph our native wildflowers in the Killeen area. We wish Irena, Marin & Ly well with their studies and look forward to sharing the data they gather.
A great start to our National Heritage Week 2022 project.
Get in touch if you would like to join us in the archiving of local flora and fauna.
Or if you would like to join our wildlife walking WhatsApp group text 087-6652426
Many thanks to Breege, Brige & Deirdre for their help on the night. Thanks to Killeen Community Council for the beautiful venue and access to all the facilities in the community centre.

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