Ireland

Ireland Officer

Paul Green

Email: [email protected]

Telephone: +353 87 77 82496

Twitter: @BSBI_Ireland

Facebook: @IrishSectionBSBI

The Ireland Officer supports BSBI County Recorders and members, and works with partner organisations on botanical projects and surveys.

News

Irish Autumn Meeting & AGM

This year's Autumn Meeting & AGM was held face-to-face on Saturday, 24th September at Glasnevin National Botanic Gardens. Fifty botanists really enjoyed meeting up and participating in the programme of talks and workshops. All the talks were recorded and you can see them on the Irish Autumn Meeting & AGM page.

Aquatic Plant Project

In 2022 we held three online webinars and organised eight aquatic field training days with experts. Nick Stewart also presented a talk and led short walks to look at aquatics in the ponds in the National Botanic Gardens on the day of the Irish Autumn Meeting. Videos of all the webinars and the talk are now available to watch on the  Aquatic Plant Project page.

Rare Plant Project Ireland

Get involved with our fascinating project to refind and re-record rare plant populations - the Rare Plant Project Ireland in 2022! Click the link for details of our spruced-up and simplified project...

Spring Conference

There were some excellent talks at this year's BSBI Irish Spring Conference, held on Saturday, 2nd April. All now available on our YouTube channel.

Irish Botanical News published

Take a look at the 2022 issue of Irish Botanical News! It was published in March and is the first with new editor Alexis Fitzgerald at the helm. It is a great read.

Information and Resources

Irish Botanical Projects - current and past BSBI Ireland projects.

Resources for Botanists in Ireland - Recording resources, record centres, Rare Plant Registers, and more.

Irish Botanical News - Our big annual publication edited by Alexis Fitzgerald.

Ireland News Archive - Previous issues of the Irish BSBI Newsletter and older stories from this webpage.

Local BSBI Groups

These are informal groups run by volunteers. They are a great way to improve your skills and meet other botanists. Get involved with a group near you!