Welcome to Green Sod Ireland | Conserving Land in Ireland


 Establishing WildAcres in every county in Ireland in order to create safe habitats and to facilitate the free movement of wildlife, vital for biodiversity and the healthy functioning of the Planet.

Ecological Education supporting the proactive preservation of Nature




Green Sod Ireland "Bee Aware" Education Programme for Primary Schools

























Comments from the Claddagh National School, Galway


We had great fund learning about bees and wanting to help feed them.

Working together in the garden was so much fun and the compost blowing in our eyes to clear out the boxes and patches for our plants was worth it.

I found it to be a great bonding exercise, as everyone helped one another, and working together in the outside environment on a sunny day was very enjoyable.

A most enjoyable fun workshop that gets the children fully involved, with great visual cues for the children.

















Teacher Training Day for the Be Bio-Diverse Education Programme for Primary Schools,

An Gairdin Ecology Centre, Portumna, Co. Galway. February, 2018

Facilitator, Nicola Winters, Green Sod Ireland Education Officer










Green Sod Ireland at the Galway Volunteer Recruitment Fair,

Galway Bay Hotel, Salthill, Galway. January 2018










The value of Ireland's land goes far beyond the monetary.

Yet we must rely on the financial support of those who believe that

its worth is intrinsic and that the diverse indigenous species

who depend upon it deserve our protection and respect.


We are a volunteer-led organisation,

and all funds raised go directly to our programs for land and education.


Our Save a Sod campaign embodies our core belief:

plants, animals, land, watersheds, and humans are all interconnected -

the survival of one depends on the other.


Click on Save a Sod to donate



When you donate to Save a Sod we will send you a Certificate

to show our appreciation of your support.


 Green Sod Ireland is a member of the Chapel & York US Foundation

(Membership No. 1015)




Did you know that  . . .


"We need foraging areas, for bees and other beneficial insects, to detox and restore immune functions"?

Dr Marla Spivak, Distinguished Professor of Entomology, Minnesota.


Providing food and shelter across all types of land helps bee pollinators to, not only survive, but thrive?

What can we do?
  1. Accept that pollination is important
  2. Recognise that there is a problem
  3. Plant native wild flowers in your area - in flowerpots to fields
  4. Support Green Sod Ireland's framework for positive action

Green Sod Ireland, delivering Wild Bee Presentations

Education Officer, Jeanne Sampier, MSc Biodiversity and Conservation