WHAT WE DO
We are a leading provider of ecological and environmental services.
We offer workshops and training in the following areas;
Sustainable principles and practices
Traditional craft skills
We are collaboratively developing ideas and concepts to support eco job creation with environmental, social and economic benefits through agro-forestry (native trees and organics), coppice crafts, eco-tourism and the use of community woodlands.
We currently work with a variety of educational and community groups to further these skills and training, and to generate creative practical responses to our current environmental challenges.
CELT is achieving its long term aims of creating a national network of sustainable environmental skills and training opportunities. We aim to develop an ever-broadening data-base of skilled professional tutors and appropriate learning venues that can call upon each other for support as necessary.
Our communities are key, and each individual is needed for this great movement we find ourselves a part of!
Become A Member
Avail of a 10% discount on events and Nursery purchases.
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Through your membership with Celt you will be ensuring the continuing success of the organization and its vital ecological efforts. You will also benefit from a 10% discount on all purchases, including workshops and courses.
Plant a Tree
Sponsoring a tree will benefit the earth, give life to those living on it and help to raise necessary funds for our worthwhile cause.
Volunteers are needed for different programs and events, come join the action!
To volunteer at events or at Weekend in the Hills please send us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org
Become A Director
Contribute to Celt, by giving your time and knowledge, to help us grow. Contact us to find out more.
Great Forest of Aughty
This is a recording of a webinar presented by Andrew St Ledger about the Woodland League vision for the Great Forest of Aughty, Temperate Rainforest Restoration Plan, joining the pockets of ancient /semi natural woodlands to create a matrix of ecological corridors in East Clare and South Galway, Ireland. The webinar was supported by CELT (Centre for environmental living and training) in association with The Woodland League, using DAFM woodland promotion funding.