Crann – Trees for Ireland is a registered charity and membership based organisation, founded in 1986.
Crann’s mission is to enhance the environment of Ireland through planting, promoting, protecting and increasing awareness about trees and woodlands. The organisation works with government, local authorities, Tidy Towns and other voluntary organisations promoting their aims and achieving their objectives.
Crann – Trees for Ireland has a high level of expertise in tree related areas and produces Ireland’s longest established tree magazine “Crann”. They promote a tree culture with lobbying for higher levels of tree planting and increased levels of tree care – making submissions and issuing press releases on trees, biodiversity and climate change.
Crann – Trees for Ireland’s activities include:
➢ Crann – Trees for Ireland’s Schools Programme educates, raises awareness and plants trees with the pupils nationwide – creating mini-woodlands / outdoor classrooms.
➢ Crann Magazine informative articles and information
➢ Crann guided tree/woodland walks
➢ Crann – Trees for Ireland tree talks, presentations and discussions
➢ Stimulating & facilitating projects appropriate to our mission
➢ Responding to the general public’s enquiries
➢ Engaging and co-operating with other organisations and community groups