Solar Panel Cooperative WorkshopCreggan Country Park and Transition DerrySaturday 13th March9.30 – 11.30amCreggan Country ParkWestwayDerryTransition Derry are asking for a donation to cover costs.Have you thought about installing solar panels but felt daunted about finding the most suitable system for your house, by the cost and the installation process?Cye Bannon has recently installed a solar evacuated tube setup at his own house in Belfast, and has trained in the other main solar thermal…See More
Creggan Country Parkhas teamed up with the Energy Saving Trustand NI Housing Executive to run a FREE ‘Green Communities’ Training event in the New Year. The training course is ideal for anyone who wants to learn how to cut costs and carbon in the home and at work. Participants will learn how to carry out an energy audit, find out about funding available for renewable energy/energy efficiency and learn about the Housing Executive’s Warmer Homes Scheme. Our Green Communities training programme…See More
Here’s a date for your diary: Saturday December 5th. This is Party Day with a tree planting to give you an appetite! Transition Inishowen is inviting people – individuals and families – living in all the Transition Initiative areas of the North West to plant scores of native hardwood trees and shrubs on land around the Fort Dunree Visitors’ Centre, which is about twenty minutes north of Buncrana on the shores of Lough Swilly, starting at 11am.You are invited to bring wellies and a spade! Also…See More
Local man Colin Peck will lead a mushroom foraging expedition inErvey WoodsSunday 11th October 2009meeting in the main carpark 1.45pm(turn left before Ness Nurseries and then right - it is well sign-posted)Cost £4wear wellies and waterproofsbring a sharp knife and a basketSee More
BBC Breathing Places, DCC Biodiversity, Creggan Country Park and Transition Derry come together to host an evening's workshop on biodiversity and sustainability.Thursday 9th July 20096pmCreggan Country ParkCome and join us for a bowl of soup, cup of tea and the chance to see the BBC film:A Farm for the FutureIn this…See More
Transition Inishowen Initiative present Dr. John Barry, professor of Environmental Politics and Sustainability at Queens University Belfast and a member of Transition Town Holywood (County Down) along with the Permablitz short film Eat the Suburbs.