Useful Links

Useful Links

  • We are part of the Leitrim Tourism Network, a network promoting the development of Leitrim as a sustainable, eco friendly, local-managed tourism destination. Leitrim offers a unique, unspoilt, rural escape for the visitor and tourist. With a low population base, an unspoilt natural environment and geographic location close to the border with Northern Ireland, the Network considers that tourism is a key element of regeneration for County Leitrim.
  • Rossinver Youth and Community Project was set up in 2007 to help provide additional essential services in a rural community. A Community Centre in any area is an integral part of the community. It is the centre point ; the place where people come to play sports, to socialize, to have meetings, to support new enterprises, to learn new skills and often to mourn the passing of a neighbour. The new Community Centre in Rossinver is for the benefit of whole community, families & children, younger and older people and visitors. Tel: 071 9832970
  • The New Ballagh Centre is a community centre in Rossinver, Co Leitrim, Ireland. The RISE Project is a Community Services Project (CSP) based at the Ballagh Centre which promotes the mental and physical health of older people through its Good Morning Phone line Service, befriending and co-ordination of four active age groups in North Leitrim. The Ballagh Centre hosts the Back To Education Inititative in Rossinver in partnership with Mayo, Sligo, Leitrim ETB, as well as providing a space for community activities. Ring the centre 071 9854030 or 071 9854928 for details
  • Kiltyclogher Holiday Centre boasts a number of different accommodations, the centre can also be used for concerts, conferences, meetings and other events. There is a well equipped function room as well as onsite catering facilities. All funds raised through the holiday centre are used to support the community and go towards the running and upkeep of the community center, holiday center and heritage centre. Tel: 071 9854044 
  • Fáilte Ireland is the National Tourism Development Authority. Their role is to support the tourism industry and work to sustain Ireland as a high-quality and competitive tourism destination. Find information on Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands and The Wild Atlantic Way
  • Ecotourism Ireland is an organisation set up to stimulate the development of ecotourism countrywide. To achieve these ends we have facilitated the development of an ecotourism quality label that we hope will stimulate the development of new ecotourism experiences in Ireland and at the same time defend the ethical values of existing ecotourism operators.In addition the label has been designed to guide visitors travel choices and help them to choose promoters of ecotourism products and the experiences they have on offer. The unspoilt nature of many parts of Ireland has encouraged tourism businesses both North and South to establish themselves as “green” ecotourism operators. Ecotourism Ireland is working to develop these resources further with the aim of establishing Ireland as a world class ecotourism destination with a strong focus on high ecotourism standards.
  • Electric Bike and Conventional Bike Hire. Hire an electric bike to explore the beautiful countryside of Leitrim and North Roscommon on our specially selected mapped trails on quiet country roads. Pedal the bike at your own pace and get battery assistance when you need it. A full range of bikes, child seats, carts and accessories as well as safety gear provided for a fun day out. Family and group discount available. Phone: 071 96 23609 / 087 7386439
  • Grow It Yourself Ireland’s Most Comprehensive & Independent Self Sufficiency Website Our aim to inspire and empower people to grow their own by bringing them together in community groups and online to share tips, advice and expertise. Tel. 051 302191
  • The National Community Garden Network organises meetings and training for Community Gardens. 
  • The National Biodiversity Data Centre is a national centre for the collection, collation, management, analysis and dissemination of data on Ireland’s biological diversity. Biodiversity data are a key requirement for understanding our natural surroundings, for tracking change in our environment and for gaining a greater insight on how we benefit from, and impact upon, the ecosystem goods and services provided by biological diversity; a national asset which contributes at least €2.6 billion to the Irish economy each year.

Other useful Links


Organic Gardening –

Organic Farming & Sustainable Living –

BioFarm 2019: Regenerative agriculture and a new vision on what Irish farming can be –

Teagasc –

Organic Farming

Organic Trust Ltd –

Irish Organic Association –

Irish Organic Association Education –

Regenerative Organic Agriculture and Climate Change –

10 Reasons for choosing to buy Organic Food –

No Dig Organic Gardening – Charles Dowding –

Biodynamic Farming & Agriculture

Biodynamic Farming simply working with Nature –

Adaptive Stewardship and soil health Fact Sheets .understandingag.comHealing the world through Agriculture –

Sustainable living:

The Guide to Sustainable, Zero-Waste, Ethical Weddings


Special Report: Organic farmers are leading the charge to spark a green revolution –

A new way of farming: community schemes changing rural Ireland –

Staying local: The new wave of chefs cooking only what grows around them –

Department of Agriculture, Fisheries & Food Actions to promote Biodiversity –

Contact Us

The Organic Centre, Rossinver, Co. Leitrim, Ireland.

From within Ireland: (071) 985 4338
International: +353 71 985 4338

From within Ireland: (071) 985 4343
International: +353 71 985 4343


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