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Our Vision

The Acorn Project aims to work collaboratively to restore the Oak forests of this land, acorn by acorn, and in doing so, also restore our human relationship with nature. We believe in community led action in ecological restoration. Over the seasons we aim to develop and grow our community seedsaving and tree nursery projects, learning and wellbeing programmes and work collaboratively to promote landscape level nature restoration programmes.

The Acorn Project is a non-profit CLG  that connects people to nature through our nature for learning and wellbeing programmes that empower communities to take action in ecological restoration through  community seed saving, forest school, nature connection and sharing of traditional skills.

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Seed Saving Strategy for the Nore Catchment.

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Learning and Wellbeing Programmes.

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Biodiversity Guidance Report for the riparian Woodlands of the Nore by Dr. Fiona MacGowan.

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Song of the Scythe .

A Community Stewardship Programme for habitats in the Nore Catchment  using Meitheal Style workshops to connect communities to nature , heritage and eachother.

 

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The Acorn Project,
Graine,
Urlingford,
Co. Kilkenny
E41 ET86

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