Why Choose Us

Our Ecovillage

Build

We welcome new members to our community. If you are interested in moving to the ecovillage, come check out our remaining sites on offer.

Learn

The ecovillage offers classes in a range areas related to climate change, building, sustainability, and community. Check out our classes, workshops, and talks.

Visit

Come visit the ecovillage with your friends, family, classmates or colleagues. We offer weekend guided tours every Sunday at 3pm.

20+

Years of experience
Cloughjordan Ecovillage
Our ecovillage

Innovative Living

Cloughjordan Ecovillage is our testament that through innovative and sustainable living, a diverse community can live alongside nature. Situated in Tipperary, we thrive through democratic organising, healthy organic food, and enriched social lives while minimising ecological impacts. Our 67-acre site includes beautiful fertile land where we grow our own food, plants, and trees to promote biodiversity. Our ecovillage features:

  • More than 50 low energy homes and work units so far
  • A biomass-fuelled district heating system
  • 50 acres of land for allotments, farming, and woodland
  • A green enterprise centre and hi-spec broadband
  • Our member-owned community farm
  • An eco-hostel for visitors and nearby train station
Our Mission

Education and Sustainability

“To serve as an education, enterprise and research service resource for all”
– Mission statement of Cloughjordan Ecovillage residents

At Cloughjordan Ecovillage, we are committed to demonstrating that humans and nature can live side by side, in harmony. All our practices and procedures are targeted towards creating a model for sustainable living, not just with relation to the local environment but also as a resilient community.

We are a registered educational charity (Revenue Charity No: 13328, CRA RCN: 20041182). By supporting the ecovillage you help us develop, and educate on, sustainable living. Donate today and become a supporter of Cloughjordan Ecovillage.

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May 03, 2022

National Biodiversity Week 2022 | Events

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Mar 07, 2022

Just a Just Transition?

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Dec 09, 2021

SlowMo | Connecting Cloughjordan Ecovillage to continental Europe via land, sea, and dance

2022 Performance/workshop/talks schedule           (image credit: Jemma Stein) Friday 27th – Sunday 29th […]

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