A Biodiversity Action Plan for Skerries
Sustainable Skerries are pleased to announce a Public Consultation / Information event for their proposed Biodiversity Action Plan for the town, as funded by the Community Foundation of Ireland.
Due to the corona virus situation this cannot be done in the traditional face to face manner and will take the form of a Zoom meeting instead. The meeting is scheduled for 8pm, Weds 13th Jan. Meeting invitation and log-in details can be found on our Eventbrite page.
We want, and need, the help and support of the whole town on this so we will be delighted if you can make it.
Those not yet familiar with the plan might also like to read these posts on the site prior to the meeting:
- Saving the bumblebee: A biodiversity plan for Skerries
- Why save one particular species of bee? There are plenty of others after all
This will greatly facilitate your understanding of what we propose and improve both your questions and input on the night, all of which are welcome.
There will be plenty of opportunity for the audience to be actively engaged. The more, the better! Let’s put our heads together and see what we can do.
Hope to see you there!
Stop press: We are delighted that Dr Una FitzPatrick of Biodiversity Ireland has agreed to zoom in and talk to us about biodiversity and pollinators! Don’t forget to sign up and zoom in on Wed 13 Jan 2021, from 8 p.m. – the Zoom link will be mailed out on the day to all who have signed up by the day before.
Just to thank you again for the very intesting seminar. My daughter, Orla Healy, is undertaking research on how the lockdown impacted on people’s behaviour in relation to sustainability. She would like to interview a few persons as part of her academic assignment and disseration. I wonder if someone in Skerries would be available? I can provide contact details as appropriate.
Happy to oblige Tom