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Land Restoration


The Emerald Isle offers a unique opportunity for wild land restoration. Even with the lowest figure in Europe for original native habitat, Ireland's landscape continues to dwindle. Having turned our backs on wildlife and pressed on with aggressive land-based practices, we have come to the point that we find ourselves in this country. Once thriving grasslands have been reduced to fields of a dozen species or fewer; vibrant forests reduced to bogs and bare rock; plants, insects and birds that once enjoyed viable status have been reduced to endangered or threatened proportions.

Some of us hold the knowledge and enthusiasm needed to bring back the vibrancy of this magic land and return it to a resilient state, replete with native flora and fauna.

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Return the land to its resilient state which supports, and supported by, a plethora of wild beings


Use revegetative agricultural practices

to establish a rich food culture around wild plants

and revitalise a denuded land

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Our Role

Lead the way in supporting native plant diversity for use as food and medicine.
Establish a wild plant nursery.
Make plants available for rewilding projects across County Clare and beyond.

Find new places to rewild: purchase land into private tenure.
Establish nature reserves which are accessible and open to the public.

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