Eco Active Events is a place to find and book eco related activities and events and join our community of nature lovers who understand and value sustainable practices. By booking through Eco Active Events you are supporting local business across Ireland.
How it Began…
Finding it difficult to source foraging type events online I decided to begin Eco Active in 2013.
I worked with lot’s of interesting people during those formative years blogging their events and workshops including Mary White of Blackstairs EcoTrails, Bumble Bee Flowers, Crann Og Eco Stay, Three Towers amongst many others and attended many Ecotourism Conferences always promoting my members and Nominating them for Awards – one of which Clifden Eco Camping won in 2014!
I organised an EcoTour of Ireland meeting people such as Rock Farm Slane and Boyne Valley Activities who were striving to create sustainable eco-friendly businesses and was interviewed by Damien O’Reilly of RTE Countrywide Radio show who followed my progress, with Mary Mulvey of Eco Tourism Ireland live from a studio in Sligo!
With new experiences being added daily make sure to check back soon or get in touch if you’re looking for something in particular.
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Crann Óg Eco Farm
Welcome to Crann Óg Eco Farm, a place of sustainable living, exploring alternative energy sources and organic farming, with a community-orientated attitude. We offer low budget ecotourism that is really down-to-earth, in comfortable wood cabins or yurts, ideal for a self-catering family holiday, with lots of options for outdoor and indoor activities.
Marion Edler & Flor Burke
Derrymore, Drummin,Gort, co. Galway
Phone: +353 (0)91-631602
Read our Visit to CrannOg EcoTour Blog Here
Listen to our EcoTour Audio with Marian here:
EcoActiveIreland.com is an exciting new online booking system run by Roz kelly,for Eco related outdoor events such as Foraging, Bushcraft, Cider Making, Craft Making, Cooking and Self Sufficiency Skills, Survival Skills and more!
EAI is regularly promoted online through the use of social media, blogging and real life networking. This results in our website being found by members of the public interested in booking events such as those run by our suppliers who vary in size and location from family run foraging businesses to craftsmen and women providing skill enhancing workshops.
+353 (0) 87 3205680