Iveragh Learning Landscapes 2019

Iveragh Learning Landscapes is a weekend of talks, walks and workshops focused on outdoor education, place-based learning and nature connection. This year it runs from Friday the 11th to Monday the 14th of October.

Get the tickets here.
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Episode 53: Iveragh Learning Landscapes with Eleanor Turner

We had such a great time recording this episode of the podcast! I wish all the recording sessions were as relaxed, open and enjoyable as this one. I sat down with Eleanor Turner, who was our guest on episode 17, in the Sea Synergy Marine Awareness Centre in Waterville. We talked about an event called Iveragh Learning Landscapes. This fantastic outdoors experience, taking place annually in the most South-Western tip of Ireland, focuses on outdoor education and connection with nature.

Listen up as we discuss the origins of the event, the schedule, what to expect during the panels and workshops, and where to get tickets.

Iveragh Learning Landscapes 2019
11th – 14th October 2019
Check out the schedule and get the tickets here.

Episode 27: Sailing with Damian Foxall


Ever since I started the podcast I wanted to talk about sailing. So I was truly honoured when my invitation was accepted by Irish national hero, Damian Foxall. Damian is a veteran of ten round-the-world races, which include four 1st place finishes. He has sailed in no less than five Volvo Ocean Race campaigns, and was also part of a team that set an around the world sailing record. In this podcast I had an opportunity to ask Damian many question related to his sailing exploits and to hear his stories from the high seas. We also spoke about the natural environment as Damian is actively working on issues related to Ocean conservation and is an ambassador for the nonprofit Sailors For The Sea.

Episode 17: Sea Synergy with Eleanor Turner


This episode is for all of you who love the sea and especially the coast. My guest, Eleanor Turner works at Sea Synergy Marine Awareness Centre in Waterville, whose mission is: “To create meaningful experiences in nature for individuals or groups tailored to their needs that enable them to discover the rich diversity of Ireland’s environment and Wild Atlantic Way in a fun and memorable way.” Sounds like the outdoors to me!
In this episode we talk about various species of fish, sharks, rays and marine mammals as well as some conservation issues like overfishing and microplastics. In addition, we discuss some activities which can be experienced on the Irish coast. Let’s just say that an underwater safari is one of them! This is a very informative episode in which Ellie shares a ton of great and interesting knowledge.