A “bilé”, in ancient Irish tradition, is a term that means “sacred tree”. These were special, old specimens that had come to posses certain attributes within the identity of the Tribe. Most tuatha would use an ancient bilé as a King’s Inauguration site. Trees held a particular kind of mystery, with their cyclical turns, its blossoms and sustenance in the form of fruit. They provided the good wood for building, crafting tools and lighting warm fires. It is said that before the coming of Man, a squirrel could travel the whole height of the island without ever touching the ground. We wouldn’t go as far, but we do believe that conscious, community-supported reforesting is a priority within the current climate. Ireland has lost a heart-breaking amount of its native woodland. The objective of this province is to assist in projects related to research, planting, planning, fieldwork, protection of endangered species, educating and engaging local communities and councils in proactive involvement.