Young eco-activists from Co Monaghan have scooped the top prize in this year's Young Environmentalist Awards.
Over 200 projects applied to the YEA programme this year and Beech Hill College's "Bio-Senses" project came out on top in the "Eco-Health and Well-Being" category.
The all-island awards are hosted by ECO-UNESCO and celebrates young people who have come up with innovative solutions to environmental issues.
Beech Hill College was also shortlisted in the "Eco-Innovation" category for "Plastic Greenhouse Fun".
"Bio-Senses" uses a sensory garden to connect students with bio-diversity and to aid their well-being.
Ally McCarron is one of the students involved with "Bio-Senses" and she spoke to Northern Sound to explain what will be included in the sensory garden: