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The Ecovillage offers courses in a range of areas.

Visit the Ecovillage


We welcome visitors. Click here for the options.

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Browse here to see what sites and houses are on offer



Click here for our guidelines on research and student projects

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Take part in our organic growing courses and grow your own vegetables.


Build your own house with the latest in green building techniques.

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Click here to learn what Cloughjordan Ecovillage is all about

ECOLEARN DAY SAT 26 JULY: Rainwater Harvesting: Is it Worth it?

Have you ever wanted to look behind
the scenes to find out what life is
really like in Cloughjordan Ecovillage?
From hemp lime to timber frame,
al lotment s to hens, rainwater
harvesting to district heating, car
sharing to community meals, edible
landscape to labyrinth, recycling to
compos t ing, the res ident s of
Cloughjordan Ecovillage are throwing
open their doors for an EcoLearn Day
to give you the opportunity to
experience what
Cloughjordan Ecovillage is hosting an EcoLearn day called 'Rainwater Harvesting: Is It Worth It?' on Saturday 26 July from 11am to 5pm to share first-hand knowledge and experiences of Rainwater Harvesting. For bookings and further information click on 'Learn'.

Organise a Group Visit to Cloughjordan Ecovillage

We are a Destination for Learning about Sustainable Community and Low Carbon Living.

To organise a group visit click on 'Visit'.

Cloughjordan Ecovillage brings together a diverse group of people creating an innovative new community in North Tipperary. We're doing this in a way that is democratic, healthy and socially enriching while minimising ecological impacts. 

Our 67 acre site includes beautiful and fertile land where we grow our own food, and plants and trees to promote biodiversity. The ecovillage comprises:

»  More than 53 low energy homes and work units to date, with planning permission for a total of 132 units
»  A solar- and wood-powered district heating system
»  50 acres of land designated for allotments, farming & woodland 
»  A green Enterprise Centre
»  Hi-speed broadband
»  An eco-hostel for visitors called Django's
»  One of Ireland's only Community Supported farms