Our Trees: A Guide to Growing Ireland’s Trees and Shrubs in celebration of a new Millennium
As part of the People’s Millennium Forests project, this publication, which is targeted at all stakeholders, was produced and published by the project. A very popular publication, it provides general information on our native trees and shrubs and in particular, guidance on growing them from seed and cuttings. If you would like to learn more about Native Irish Tree Seed, we have some webinars going into detail about genetic resources and the regulation requirements. Alternatively, you can also source Native Irish Trees from nurseries, we have compiled a non-exhaustive list of tree nurseries on the island of Ireland that supply indigenous native stock.
- You can download a digital copy (PDF) of Our Trees here
- Printed copies are available for sale from the Tree Council of Ireland
Publication Date: (C) The People’s Millennium Forests 2000, reprinted 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006, and 2008.
Edition: Various reprints are sponsored by different sponsors including The Tree Council of Ireland, 2000 Ireland, AIB, The People’s Millennium Forest, Bord Bia, Tetra Pak, Forest Service and Woodlands of Ireland.
Who are Woodlands of Ireland?
Woodlands of Ireland is a not-for-profit charity dedicated to conserving and expanding native semi-natural woodlands. It is an inclusive organisation whose primary objectives are to generate awareness of native woodlands amongst policymakers and the general public and to develop projects and sustainable management strategies aimed at ensuring the future viability of native woodlands. Woodlands of Ireland is funded by the National Parks and Wildlife Service, the Heritage Council, and the Department of Agriculture, Food and Marine. You can get in contact with Woodlands of Ireland by email at email@example.com