Tag Archives: Biodiversity

Green-Schools Visit UL

The Munster Green-Schools Travel Team visited UL on Tuesday last, which is a particularly good day if sustainable travel is of interest.  The tour started with a visit to the UL Farmers Market where as usual the queue for the … Continue reading

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UL’s Green Campus Reaccreditation Assessment Takes Place

UL’s first full reaccreditation assessment took place on November 8th last, led by An Taisce’s  Environmental Education Unit Director, Michael John O’Mahony. Following an address by UL’s president the reaccreditation delegation were brought on a sustainability tour of the campus. … Continue reading

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Whats happening our bees?

Demonstration today 1pm, AD2-010

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UL Riverbank Clean-up 2017

Sunday morning saw a great turn out for the UL riverbank clean up. Groups on foot set out at 10am from the UL Boathouse picking up and collecting waste all along the river edge and the adjacent drains. Members of the … Continue reading

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Sweet success: first crop of honey produced at UL apiary

Today  (11th October 2016) marked an important day for UL Apiary volunteers who presented a jar of honey from the first crop produced to UL President Prof Don Barry. Pictured above are UL Apiary Volunteers Muireann McMahon, Dermot McInerney, Caoilinn Kennedy … Continue reading

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Daubenton’s Bat Survey – Volunteers wanted

Bat Conservation Ireland (BCI) is looking for members of the public to volunteer to record Daubenton’s bats over your local waterway.  BCI is running a free training course for those interested here in UL’s main building on July 11th at … Continue reading

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Bees return to UL Apiary

Wednesday last (20th April) saw the return of three hives to UL’s apiary. Their force majeure flight from UL was as a result of flooding which posed a threat to their well being. Today will see the bees transferred to … Continue reading

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