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Thanks to the initial work by Emer Cooney of Science Media, GFI has been able to make available videos of many of its events. The videos prove very useful to people who wish to learn more about sustainable communities and ecological restoration.

We are fortunate to be able to publish a number of Eco Eye programmes which are the copyright of GFI’s Director and former Chair, Duncan Stewart – we would like to thank Duncan for making these available to us. They can be viewed under the resources section of our website.

Why Pollinators Matter
May 2022 – Video

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As part of the National Biodiversity Week 2022, Green Foundation Ireland hosted a talk on Why Pollinators Matter which took place online on 17 May 2022. Our guest speaker was Mary Montaut of the Federation of Irish Beekeepers’ Associations. Below you can see a video this event.

We would like to thank Claire Downey for recording and editing the video for us.

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Weaving a Patchwork Quilt
of Hope Around the Globe
Mar 2022 – Video

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As part of our project “Our Soil Underfoot – Protecting our underground life”, Green Foundation Ireland hosted a talk on Weaving a Patchwork Quilt of Hope Around the Globe which took place online on 21March 2022. Our guest speaker was Mary Reynolds, founder of We Are the Ark.

We would like to thank Claire Downey for recording and editing the video for us.

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Building a Positive Narrative Around
Farmers and the Environment
Mar 2022 – Video

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As part of our project “Our Soil Underfoot – Protecting our underground life”, Green Foundation Ireland hosted a talk on Building a Positive Narrative Around Farmers and the Environment which took place online on 14 March 2022. Our guest speaker was Brigid Barry, who is Project Manager for the Farming for Nature project.

We would like to thank Claire Downey for recording and editing the video for us.

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Climate-Smart Gardening
Mar 2022 – Video

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As part of our project “Our Soil Underfoot – Protecting our underground life”, Green Foundation Ireland hosted a talk on Climate-Smart Gardening which took place online on 7 March 2022. Our guest speaker was Klaus Laitenberger (formerly the Head Gardener at the Organic Centre in County Leitrim, and who also helped restore the gardens of Lissadell House in County Sligo).

We would like to thank Claire Downey for recording and editing the video for us.

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Gardening for Butterflies
May 2021 – Video

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The above photo: Small Copper Butterfly
by JESMOND HARDING, Butterfly Conservation Ireland

As part of the National Biodiversity Week 2021, Green Foundation Ireland hosted a talk on Gardening for Butterflies which took place online on 21 May 2021. Our guest speaker was Jesmond Harding of Butterfly Conservation Ireland.

We would like to thank Claire Downey for recording and editing the video for us.

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Coastal Riches and Coastal Restoration
May 2021 – Video

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As part of the National Biodiversity Week 2021, Green Foundation Ireland hosted a talk on Coastal Riches and Coastal Restoration which took place online on 15 May 2021. Our guest speaker was Karin Dubsky of Coastwatch.

We would like to thank Claire Downey for recording and editing the video for us, as well as for moderating the event.

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Farm Buildings, Bats
and the Heritage Council
Mar 2021 – Video

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The above photo: Common Pipistrelle Bat

Green Foundation Ireland co-hosted with the Heritage Council a talk on Farm Buildings, Bats and the Heritage Council which took place online on 25 March 2021. Our speakers included Anna Meenan (The Heritage Council), Donna Mullen (Environmentalist and Chair of GFI), and Jonathan Macnaughton (Farmer).

We would like to thank Claire Downey for recording and editing the video for us.

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Fun facts about bees
by Rijin Lim (aged 9)
Nov 2020 – Video

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A video in which 9 year old Rijin Lim from Korea tells us amazing facts and figures on bees. Rijin is amazing herself, having spoken about her school project in the video as well as doing the artwork as part of home-schooling during the COVID-19 restrictions. Rijin went to school in the Ballinteer Educate Together National School in Dublin; however, after spending 4 and a half years in Ireland while her father was studying in Trinity College Dublin, Rijin and her family have now returned to Seoul.

We would like to thank Rijin’s parents, Eunsil and Youngseop, for allowing us to use the video.

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