Welcome to the Irish Peatland Conservation Council (IPCC). Fáilte. Our mission is to protect a representative sample of the peatlands of Ireland for people to enjoy today and in the future. 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.
Help IPCC save bogs and wildlife in 2018 by participating in the actions below
Please sign our petition to ‘Ban the Use of Moss Peat in Gardening Products’
|Have your say on the Conservation Management Plan for Lullymore West Bog – Home of butterflies in Kildare|
Visitor Attraction – Education and Fun Days Out at the Bog of Allen Nature Centre in Co. Kildare
Save the Bogs Campaign Ireland – Action & Information
|IPCC Policy and Site Case Work – helping to preserve Irish Peatlands. See our latest work here.||Join the Hop to It Frog Survey – report sightings here. See the updated frog map and information about the frog survey here||Action for Curlew IPCC’s work with the Curlew Task Force. Download Curlew information leaflet here|
Learn how you can help IPCC take the Save the Bogs Campaign forward by reading the latest edition of Action for Bogs 24
The IPCC Action Plan 2020 for
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
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
Irish Peatland Conservation Council, Bog of Allen Nature Centre, Lullymore, Rathangan, Co. Kildare, R51 V293, Ireland. T: +353-45-860133; E: firstname.lastname@example.org
The work of the Irish Peatland Conservation Council is supported by the Irish Environmental Network
The IPCC promotes the safety and well-being of all children with whom we are in contact. Please refer to our IPCC Child Protection Statement and Policy.
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).