Our Story

Bord na Móna has made a commitment to a sustainable future. The Eco Rangers school programme is one of the ways we are doing this by reconnecting children with nature and encouraging them to recognise the importance of protecting it. Watch our videos to find out more.

Eco Ranger’s Programme

Nature and biodiversity is something that Bord na Móna is investing in as part of our day to day work. This is why Bord na Móna created Eco Rangers- Guardians of the Land an initiative for schools that gets children outdoors and connecting with nature and learning about the importance of protecting it.

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Eco Ranger’s Programme

Habitats and Minibeasts!

Exploring different habitats and discovering flora, fauna and mini beasts is the perfect way to practice active learning for children and it’s fun too.  There is a proven link between spending time with nature and wellbeing especially amongst children. You can make use of Eco Rangers nature resource to learn more about nature and biodiversity.

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Habitats and Minibeasts!

Teacher’s Story

The Eco Rangers school programme is brought to life by teachers and pupils alike. Teachers have long been commenting on the younger generation’s disconnect with nature and Eco Rangers offers a solution to this problem.

There has been lots of enthusiasm to get involved. One of the teacher’s Susan Durrad from Queen of Angels National School talked to us to tell us how she and her class got on with their Eco Rangers activity.

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Teacher’s Story

Pupil’s Story

Children who have taken part so far are loving Eco Rangers. The great outdoors is a source of fun and adventure with so much to discover and learn.

Pupils are enjoying spending time outdoors and connecting with nature. Listen to their story – see how much they love being Eco Rangers.

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Pupil’s Story

Search for Eco Safaris

With so many Eco Safaris to discover why not search for a Eco Safari today?