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    Hunting Brook Gardens Update

    September at Hunting Brook Well it really is all happening at Hunting Book this month, we may be coming to end of the season but...
    President of Ireland Michael D. Higgins planted a Native “Sessile Oak” tree in the Phoenix Park to commemorate Ireland’s launch of International Year of Plant Health 2020. Pictured with President Michael D. Higgins, are Andrew Doyle, Minister for State at the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine, with Molly Keenan aged 11, with her sister Rhona aged 7, both from Scoil Mhuire Na Trocaire, Ardee, Co. Louth. Picture Colm Mahady / Fennells - Copyright© Fennell Photography 2020

    President Michael D. Higgins commemorates Ireland’s launch of International Year of Plant Health IYPH...

    Today President of Ireland Michael D. Higgins planted a Native “Sessile Oak” tree in Phoenix Park to commemorate Ireland’s launch of the International Year of...

    DAFM – International Year of Plant Health 2020 (IYPH 2020)

    Healthy plants constitute the foundation for all life on earth, making up the oxygen we breathe and over 80% of the food we eat....
    Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture, Food and Marine, Andrew Doyle T.D. urged people to buy a real Irish Christmas tree this year as he visited Wicklow Way Christmas Tree Farm run by the Kinlan family.

    A real Christmas tree is the natural choice

    Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture, Food and Marine, Andrew Doyle T.D. urged people to buy a real Irish Christmas tree this...
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    Minister Bruton targets illegal dumping with map of all legal waste collectors

    The Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment Richard Bruton T.D. today (Thursday the 28th of November) launched a new interactive map on mywaste.ie, identifying all...

    Biodiversity Ireland – latest issue out now!

    Biodiversity Ireland - Issue 19 Autumn/Winter 2019 Catch up on all the latest going’s on at the National Biodiversity Data Centre in our latest issue...
    Getting the ‘Flourish Garden’ ready for the show.

    Great community garden giveaway

    At the Ideal Homes Exhibition this weekend (25-28th Oct.) Outlook Gardens have launched a fantastic opportunity for those in the community sector wishing to...
    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...

    CountryLife.ie shortlisted in online retailer of the year competition

    CountryLife.ie has impressed judges to make it through to the Top5 Online Retailers competition run by Retail Excellence, Ireland’s largest retail representative body. The shopping experience and...

    President opens the Phoenix Park Biodiversity Festival and Honey Show

    Free Festival of Events of Activities To Celebrate the Phoenix Park's Rich Biodiversity Takes Place Saturday and Sunday 14th & 15th September Fifth Annual Honey...

    Hunting Brook Gardens Update

    September at Hunting Brook Well it really is all happening at Hunting Book this month, we may be coming to end of the season but...

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