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Pictured at the Botanical Gardens for the prize of Agri Aware’s 2019 Incredible Edibles project is 3rd and 4th class of St. Oliver Plunkett’s, KIllina, Co. Kildare with teacher and principle Dominic Tyrrell and Agri Aware Project Manager Kalyn Arias. The students got to explore the grounds, dig in to a planting workshop, and receive new seeds to bring back to their school. The school also received a sun bubble greenhouse for their own school garden as part of their prize. Visit www.incredibleedibles.ie to register today!

St. Oliver Plunkett’s announced as 2019 Incredible Edible Champions!

On Friday, (October 11th, 2019) Agri Aware, Ireland’s agri-food educational body were joined by 3rd and 4th class pupils of St. Oliver Plunkett National...
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Teagasc Nursery Stock Seminar

23 October 2019 Event Time 9:30 Venue Teagasc Ashtown, Dunsinea lane, Ashtown D115 KN3K Registration open 9 Start 9.30 sharp Teagasc will host a nursery stock seminar in Ashtown. There...

A record number of women enter agriculture training in Teagasc Kildalton College

The first week of September sees the start of the students returning to Agricultural Colleges throughout the country. Teagasc Kildalton College in Co. Kilkenny...

Therapeutic Horticulture Symposium at TU Dublin Blanchardstown

TU Dublin is delighted to facilitate the inaugural Irish Social, Community and Therapeutic Horticulture Symposium on Friday 6th September 2019. This event will take place...

Coillte to convert Knockranny Wood in Westport County Mayo to recreational Woodland

Knockranny, known locally as Colonels wood, will be developed by Coillte as a ‘NeighbourWood’, into an accessible, close-to-home woodland amenity. The wood will be...

Minister Creed announces call for rural female entrepreneurs to join the latest cycle of...

Government-backed programme to assist 50 new rural female entrepreneurs this year Past participants report increased sales, exports and jobs Rise in early-stage female...
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Irish Social, Community and Therapeutic Horticulture Symposium – 6th September at Technological University Dublin

The Irish Social, Community, and Therapeutic Horticulture Symposium is organised for Sept 6th at Technological University Dublin Blanchardstown. The theme for the event is...
CHAIRMAN OF THE PROFESSIONAL GARDENERS GUILD TONY ARNOLD (LEFT) PRESENTS LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD TO STEPHEN BUTLER (MIDDLE) ACCOMPANIED BY PGG IRELAND REPRESENTATIVE BRIAN O'DONNELL. (RIGHT)

Professional Gardeners Guild presents Loyal Service Award to Stephen Butler

With over 900 members across Britain and Ireland, the Professional Gardeners Guild (PGG) has been the meeting touchstone for professional gardeners employed in private...

SAP Group Help Promote Horticulture Entrepreneurship in the Classroom

By starting a real business in the classroom the Junior Entrepreneur Programme (JEP) has managed to engage students in horticulture. Going forward, this could...
The Learning Theatres at GLAS

The Learning Theatres at GLAS

The Bord Bia and Teagasc Learning Theatres at this year's GLAS are hosting talks from experts in their field. The topics have been chosen to bring...