We have indeed 3 main events coming up, we are finalising details with each this week.
Here is a first one; it is listed on the Tree Council website as a Tree Week event; we are holding it early to facilitate advance press coverage and to avail of a grant by Seachtain na Gaeilge since it is an Irish-speaking workshop and school with whom we are planting. We would be delighted with promotion though we have our quota of volunteers for each event and since they all involve school children we are not opening them to the wider public. Many thanks #snag ! and #cnag!
“Easy Treesie le Gaelscoil Bhrian Bóroimhe agus comhluadar Shórd Cholmcille
Tráth na gCeist leis na páistí ón gCoiste Glas agus comhluadar na scoile; beidh muid ag cur crann do na páistí ar fad cláraithe sa scoil seo le muintir na h-áite. Tá Seachtain na Gaeilge agus Seachain na gCrann buailte linn . Tá áthas mór orainn a bheith ag dul amach le Gaelscoil Bhrian Bóroimhe, Coill na nÚll. #stopagcainttosaighagcur Sórd Cholmcille; (Ward River Valley Park). 10ú Márta 2022 ar a deich. Le cabhair ó Choiste Cairde na Coille Sórd Cholmcille . Tionscnamh (príobháideach; tá an liosta lán don ócáid seo) eagraithe le cabhair Fingal Co. Co. agus Swords Woodland Association, Swords Tidy Towns. “
Swords Manor, Brackenstown Road, Swords-Glasmore ED, Sord, Contae Fhine Ghall, Contae Átha Cliath, Cúige Laighean, K67 R5H2, Éire
We are very grateful for the generous ongoing support of the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and the Marine with the Easy Treesie Project and the help of our many supporters and tree planters.
We have a number of other events such as an interview on RTÉ Nationwide on March 21st as we plant our 7,500 th tree in this city suburb, one for every resident in Baldoyle, Co. Dublin and a planting event in Croom, Co. Limerick on Thursday 24th March in collaboration with Limerick – Clare ETB and the Tree Council of Ireland