Come and join us for a free interactive training event and opportunity to learn more about invasive species, the damage they can cause, how to contain, treat and eradicate them.

This event is suitable for farmers, landowners and community groups to learn more about invasive species such as Giant Hogweed and Japanese Knotweed, how to identify them, and how to treat and eradicate them.

What's Involved?

This free workshop will show attendees how to identify invasive species on their land.

Attendees will learn about the importance of biosecurity, how to prevent the spread of invasive species, and how to treat them.

The session will be facilitated by Marie Louise Heffernan from Aster Environmental Consultants.

There will be refreshments and the opportunity to learn more about the Parish Habitats and Biodiversity EIP that is ongoing in the Glenroe-Ballyorgan Parish.

This free training event is taking place on Tuesday, 12th of July at the Firgrove Hotel in Mitchelstown from 10am until 1pm.


*This workshop is now fully booked.
For any further information, please contact Rhiannon Laubach at [email protected] or 087-1940608.

Booking for this event has now closed.