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In January 2020, The Woodland League were approached by Sioned Jones and her legal team for assistance regards, valid information on State obligations towards, Sustainable Forest Management, Sustainability Principles, commitments to International environmental conventions, and the role of the citizen in protecting their environment, for Sioned’s defence.
Download a copy of recent complaint by Macroom and District Environment Group concerning State licensed destruction of an old growth native oakwood in the townland of Silvergrove/ Doire Airgead in county Cork.
Darragh Murphy: Under 11% of country’s land is forested as State plants Sitka spruce at expense of indigenous trees.
Article in the Irish Times
An outline of the potential for The Woodland League “Forest in a Box” to inspire the creation of Community Native Woodlands, for local action on Climate Change and how this can benefit communities into the future. How Individuals can be empowered to take action working with their local community in a simple direct and effective way. The health benefits and Carbon storage potential of local Community Native Woodlands are highlighted.
Contact details, project details, costs, and connected biodiversity educational opportunities contained within this document.
The Woodland League are delighted to have received a signed copy of the famous Che Guevara print, gifted by the artist Jim Fitzpatrick, at the Dolmen, known as Aideen’s grave, in Howth Castle grounds, last Saturday October 28th, 2017. The signed artwork will be auctioned at a later date to raise funds for The Woodland League, “Forest in a Box”, Native Treevolution project for national schools.
The Woodland League, a County Clare based not for profit forest NGO are delighted to have received a letter from the President of Ireland, Michael D Higgins, in support of the new Diana Beresford Kroeger film featuring The Woodland League. “Call of the Forest”, is a feature documentary articulating the enormous value of native forests and their role in Climate mitigation measures, how native trees govern and manage our fragile environment, bestowing multiple hidden benefits for all life forms.
After playing to full houses across Canada, Call of the Forest is now launching in Ireland at the OFFline Film Festival screening at the Birr Arts Centre at 7:30 pm on Saturday, October 14, 2017. Director Jeff McKay, Diana Beresford-Kroeger, Andrew St Ledger, PRO, of The Woodland League, and Mary Reynolds the well known landscape designer, will participate in a panel discussion after the screening.