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Logo of the Irish Peatland Conservation CouncilWelcome to the Irish Peatland Conservation Council (IPCC). Fáilte. Our mission is to protect a representative sample of the peatlands of Ireland for future generations to enjoy. We hope our web site will help you to get to know us better. It’s your gateway to  the save the bogs campaign and to visitors to the Bog of Allen Nature Centre. Please help us to keep in touch with one another. The IPCC is a registered charity (number CHY6829) and a non-governmental organisation.

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€28,500 for IPCC Bog Network

IPCC’s received grants to the value of €28,500 from the Heritage Council in 2017 to carry out four conservation and education projects on our network of peatland reserves in Kerry, Kildare and Meath. All of the projects aim to protect threatened peatland habitats and the iconic species that find refuge in them including Large Heath Butterfly and Curlew. We invite you to read about the programme of activities taking place on each site and thank all of those who donated to our Peatland Management Fund which provided matching funding to the Heritage Council grants. 

IPCC have completed a first draft of the Conservation Management Plan for Coad Bog, Co. Kerry. If you would like to comment on the plan please feel free to contact Katie at bogs@ipcc.ie before the 30th of September, your feedback is important to us.

Visitor Attraction – Education and Fun Days Out at the Bog of Allen Nature Centre in Co. Kildare

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Save the Bogs Campaign Ireland – Action & Information

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IPCC  Policy and Site Case Work – helping to preserve Irish Peatlands. See our latest work here. Join the Hop to It Frog Survey 2017 – report sightings here. Thanks for taking part. The survey is running for 20 years. Action for Curlew IPCC’s work with the Curlew Task Force. Download Curlew information leaflet here

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Learn how you can help IPCC take the Save the Bogs Campaign forward by reading the latest edition of  Action for Bogs 24

IPCC Conservation Action Plan for Peatlands in Ireland 2020The IPCC Action Plan 2020 for
Conserving Bogs – Get all the facts and figures about Irish Peatlands

Turf Dispelling the Myths – IPCC reveals the Truth About Turf Cutting in Ireland on Bogs of Conservation Importance

Wondering What’s So Special About Peat? Get all the Answers by downloading our Leaflet

IPCC’s mission is to conserve a representative sample of the peatlands of Ireland for future generations to enjoy.

With five nature reserves and the Bog of Allen Nature Centre we are actively involved in restoring peatland habitats, protecting wildlife and educating the public.

Watch the Video (left) About IPCC and Learn how we are Saving Irish Bogs

Contact Us
Irish Peatland Conservation Council, Bog of Allen Nature Centre, Lullymore, Rathangan, Co. Kildare, R51 V293, Ireland. T: +353-45-860133;  E: bogs@ipcc.ie

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The Irish Peatland Conservation Council received Heritage Council funding in 2017.  

Governance Code Statement of Compliance. IPCC confirm that our organisation complies with The Governance Code for the Community, Voluntary and Charitable Sector in Ireland (9th May 2017).

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