Irish Autumn Meeting & AGM

2019 Irish Autumn Meeting

The 2019 Irish Autumn Meeting will take place on Saturday 21st September at the National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin, Dublin.

In the morning, the programme features talks from John Conaghan on the Clifden Field Meeting, Rory Hodd on the Rough Crew, Aoife Delaney on the first season of the Leitrim Botany Group, and Paul Green on the Aquatic Plant Project. This will be followed by a talk on Irish Wetlands: their importance and current state by Nick Stewart.

After lunch there will be a workshop on aquatic plant identification, follow by the AGM.

The event is free and open to all - you don't need to be a BSBI member or a botanical expert!

No need to book in advance, just come along on the day.

Irish Autumn Meeting on social media

Don't forget, if you really can't make it along to the Irish Autumn Meeting, you can follow the action on social media! Check out tweets from Irish Officer BSBI_Ireland using the hashtag #BSBIAutumnMeeting

2018 Irish Autumn Meeting

The 2018 Irish Autumn Meeting featured talks on the Rare Plants Monitoring Scheme, the BSBI Charophyte course and 'Atriplex around the Irish coast'. County Recorders from across Ireland reported on botany in their local patch, and the day finished with the Irish AGM. Click to see the full BSBI Ireland Autumn Meeting Programme.

2017 Irish Autumn Meeting

The BSBI Ireland Autumn Meeting 2017 was a huge success, with some great talks, a willow workshop, a fieldtrip to Carlingford Lough to look at Atriplex and Salicornia...

You can still see the flyer here and find out what you missed!