The Woodland League is a not-for-profit, independent, community-based organisation. Our aim is to restore the relationship between people and their native woodlands. We hold walks and talks throughout the country promoting native woodland heritage and actively lobby to change Irish forestry policy.
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Jurassic bark: ancient Irish trees brought back to life

From the scattered remnants, Ireland’s oldest oak trees are being revived as part of a global initiative to propagate the DNA of ancient woodland – Irish Times Article
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Tree Felling At Gougane Barra Heritage Site

Coillte Forestry Fables In Regard To Tree Felling At Gougane Barra Heritage Site
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Save Ireland’s Trees, Woodlands, and Wilderness

A Woodland League Appeal to Save Ireland’s Trees, Woodlands, and Wilderness
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Submission on the new Forestry Programme 2014-2020

CELT And The Woodland League Submission on the new Forestry Programme 2014-2020
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Questionable disposal and management of public forest assets

Questionable disposal and management of public forest assets
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Review of Coillte Report should be made public

The Woodland League calls for 2010 Review of Coillte Report to be made public
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An interesting dissertation

Una Ruddock asks: How is the public interest conceived and represented, with reference to Coillte, in Ireland’s forestry review 2010?
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Campaign ends as government bow to People Power

For Summer Solstice: Save Ireland’s Forests campaign ends as government bow to People Power
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Rage Against the Regime

Andrew St Ledger speaking at Rage Against the Regime last Wednesday
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Government decision on Coillte is a victory for campaigners

Nessa Childers MEP: “Government decision on Coillte is a victory for campaigners”
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