The Irish Peatland Conservation Council (IPCC) is a national charity (CHY6829, RCN 20013547) thats aims to conserve a representative portion of Irish peatlands for people to enjoy today and in the future. The IPCC’s work involves protecting and enhancing peatland habitat and biodiversity. Advocating for the wise use and management of natural peatland resources and
promoting understanding, awareness and enjoyment of peatlands and wildlife. Based at the Bog of Allen Nature Centre, Co. Kildare you can visit the centre and explore all aspects of Irish peatlands from their formation 10,000 years to their present day. The IPCC own a network of five nature reserves including Fenor Bog, Co. Waterford, Coad Bog, Co. Kerry, Girley Bog, Co. Meath and while visiting the Bog of Allen Nature Centre you can explore both Lodge Bog and Lullymore West Bog. Keep up to date with the work of the IPCC by following us on social media