Wild Wednesday Webinars

The Wild Wednesday Webinars were a series webinars on the themes of farming, nature and heritage. Co-hosted by the Burrenbeo Trust and the Farming for Nature initiative, they took place every Wednesday between 8 and 9pm between April-June 2020. Each webinar gave an opportunity to virtually meet and listen to a guest speaker as they talk about their ideas, experiences and lessons they have learned in their area of work. If you missed any of them  you can view them below.

Previous Webinars

15th APRIL 2020:  ‘Farming & biodiversity in the Burren – lessons I have learned’  with Dr. Brendan Dunford
If you missed Brendan’s webinar you can still watch it below or click here: https://youtu.be/281ydfgey8w

 

22nd APRIL:  ‘Improving biodiversity on farmland – where there’s a will there’s a way!’ with Donal Sheehan
If you missed Donal’s webinar you can still watch it below or click here https://youtu.be/wTE_i3dxM-Q:

 

29th APRIL: Biodiversity in our backyards with Juanita Browne.
If you missed Juanita’s webinar you can still watch it below or click here https://youtu.be/oOWXdoWcrlc

 

6th MAY:  Managing healthy habitats for livestock with Clive Bright.
If you missed Clive’s webinar you can still watch it below or click here https://youtu.be/VWYbtw-DRGA 

 

20th MAY:  Making Nature a Priority in our Farm Business with Kate Egan.  If you missed Kate’s webinar you can still watch it below or click here https://youtu.be/RvwK2rNhzKc
 

 

3rd June:  Ireland in Bloom, a vision for people and nature with  Prof Jane Stout.  If you missed Jane’s webinar you can still watch it below or click here https://youtu.be/YsOTDIfj10w

3rd June:  Discussion with FFN Ambassadors Tommy Earley and Kim McCall on what they do for nature on their farm. Facilitated by Brigid Barry (FFN Project Coordinator) and Dr Brendan Dunford (Burren Programme).  If you this missed this session you can still watch it below or click here https://youtu.be/8Y_S8ULTn5E  

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