Join Causeway Coast and Glens Heritage Trust and the Causeway Coast AONB team on Wednesday 21st September 10am-12 noon for a litter pick in Millennium Park and Bushmills Village in preparation for the return of the Salmon & Whiskey Festival 23rd-25th September. Any questions drop us a message or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope to see … Continue reading Help us keep Bushmills outstanding!!
Binevenagh Landscape Partnership Scheme are delivering projects which will give landowners the opportunity to improve and grow their farm businesses through a range of different natural heritage projects. As part of this suite of projects, local farmers can benefit by getting involved the Farm Resilience Project in which farmers and landowners can avail of free … Continue reading Landowner Information Evening – Farm Resilience Project
Help the Binevenagh Landscape Partnership transplant native trees from the dune habitat at the Ulster Wildlife Umbra Nature Reserve. The Ulster Wildlife Umbra nature reserve is a large and relatively undisturbed area consisting of species-rich dune grassland, wet dune slacks, scrub and woodland. It is home to an impressive array of flowering plants in summer, … Continue reading Tree Transplanting Volunteer Day
The Binevenagh Landscape Partnership needs your help to plant 1500 native trees in a new wet woodland on the banks of the Curly Burn river. The Binevenagh and Coastal Lowlands Landscape Partnership Scheme needs plenty of helping hands to plant 1500 native trees on approximately 0.5ha of new wet woodland on the banks of the … Continue reading Tree planting volunteer day – Curly Burn Wet Woodland