The Irish Peatland Conservation Council (IPCC) is best known for the save the bogs campaign in Ireland. Taking action for bogs and wildlife is what we do and we have had some major success stories over the past 35 years.
IPCC is an independent conservation organisation. Founded in 1982 the IPCC has run hundreds of projects involving thousands of people to conserve peatland heritage all over Ireland.
- peatlands are bought and conserved
- peatland wildlife is protected
- teachers are trained and schools are visited and shown the bogs
- developments are monitored on 1000 sites of conservation value
In Ireland we work with government, business and communities so that people and peatlands can live in harmony.
IPCC is a not-for-profit organisation with nearly 60% of our annual income donated by our dedicated supporters.
IPCC’s mission is to conserve a representative sample of the peatlands of Ireland for people to enjoy now and in the future.
The Irish Peatland Conservation Council is a voluntary, non-governmental organisation, a Company Limited by Guarantee (No. 116156), with charitable status (CHY6829) founded in 1982. We are registered with the Charities Regulator (No. 20013547).
Staff and Supporters
IPCC have 4 members of staff, 100 volunteers and 2000 friends of the bog.
If You Want a Word with Someone
Catherine O’Connell is our Chief Executive – contact at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tristram Whyte is our Conservation Policy and Fundraising Officer – contact at email@example.com
Nuala Madigan is our Environmental Education Officer – contact at firstname.lastname@example.org
Katie Geraghty is our Conservation Officer – contact at email@example.com
Honorary Members of the IPCC
Her Royal Highness Princess Irene of the Netherlands, Pauline Bewick, Eanna Ní Lamhna, Don Conroy, Drs. Matthijs Schouten, His Excellency Mr Peter Kok.
Directors and Members of the IPCC Committee of Management
Rachel Kavanagh, Company Secretary; Martin Kelly, Catherine O’Connell, Seán Ó Fearghail, Miriam Mooney and Rachel Kavanagh are Directors.
Volunteers are encouraged to work with us. IPCC relies on volunteers to effectively manage and run the save the bogs campaign. At any one time we have 100 volunteers who work with us, helping with fundraising and the management of our reserves and properties.
Friends of the Bog
IPCC have 2,000 supporting friends of the bog.
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.
The Irish Peatland Conservation Council can be contacted at the Bog of Allen Nature Centre, Lullymore, Rathangan, Co. Kildare, R51 V293, Ireland.
Tel: +353-45-860133; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org