What is the Tree Council?

The Tree Council of Ireland is a non-governmental voluntary organisation which acts as an umbrella body for organisations involved in planting, management and conservation of trees in Ireland.

 

Our mission statement is to foster a tree culture in Ireland through action and awareness.

 

Our objective is to educate the public about the nature and value of trees through the organisation of events

and tree related activities, to facilitate networking among members and to be a representative voice for

tree culture and tree promotion.


 

Who is the Tree Council?

The Council is comprised of representatives of it's member organisations.

 

Each organisation has an entitlement to have one representative once it is accepted as a member.


The Tree Council Management Group consists of a Board of Trustees elected by the representatives and the

Chief Executive Officer appointed by the Board.

Registered in Ireland No: 111380
Charity No: CHY 6799
CRA No: 20013417

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The Tree Council of Ireland is a non-governmental voluntary organisation that was set up in 1985 as an umbrella body for
organisations involved in planting, management and conservation of trees. 

Our mission statement is to foster a tree culture in Ireland through action and awareness.