Magazine

Crann, the magazine, is a mix of technical and non-technical material. The subject that most articles have in common is (surprise, surprise) trees, though we do feature interesting and relevant pieces about the environment and wildlife, plants and nature, and all that sort of stuff.

We just love and appreciate the landscape, be it rural or urban, the back garden, over the roadside hedge, or the far-off mountainside. Especially when it has trees in it. The one thing we’re not is stuffy. And, while we have a special interest in promoting trees that are native to Ireland, we don’t turn up our collective nose at anything to do with trees, whether they are foreign nationals or natives of deepest Leitrim.

Crann, the magazine, is a high-quality publication mailed directly to members of Crann, the organisation. The wonderful thing about Crann, the magazine, is that it’s mainly written by the members themselves – who also supply the pictures. The entire package is then put together by a professional team comprising the Editor, the Designer and the Printers.

If you have an article in mind that you would like to see published in Crann, here’s what to do.

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Crann is a non profit charitable organisation formed to raise awareness of the importance of trees and hedgerows. Founded in 1986 by Jan Alexander, Crann is now one of Irelands leading environmental organisations with excellent media coverage and a growing membership. Crann magazine is mailed to all Crann members and complementary copies are sent to...

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How to subscribe

When you join Crann, one of the benefits is being on the mailing list for Crann magazine. We’re proud of our magazine and we are very confident that you will like it too.

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How to submit articles

Contact our editor for details on submitting articles to CRANN magazine

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Current Issue

Current Issue
The most exciting thing in the current issue is the article about how Crann – Trees for Ireland has been chosen to help spearhead a new international tree project – at the behest of President Michael D Higgins, our patron. Crann director Peadar Collins tells the story about how he was approached by the President...

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