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    Threatened Plant of the Year 2020 winners announced

    Horticultural charity Plant Heritage is delighted to announce the winners of its first Threatened Plant of the Year 2020 competition, which was launched earlier this...
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    Organic Trust News August 2020

    The Natural Mechanisms of Fertility Building Biological nitrogen fixation is the process that changes inert N2 from the air into biologically useful NH3 in the soil. It...
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    Renewable technologies (Wind, Solar) and Community Energy get the green light as Ireland receives...

    The Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Eamon Ryan T.D. yesterday (20th July 2020), announced that Ireland has received State aid approval from the...
    Take the Pledge! CountryLife wants the Irish public to take the Operation PolliNation pledge, help gardeners make their plots pollinator-friendly environments and show a little love for our native Irish bees. Pictured at the campaign launch were Naoise Coogan, her 12 year-old daughter, Siofra Coogan, and her mother, Therese O'Donovan. Picture: Patrick Browne

    CountryLife is buzzing as public urged to take the Operation PolliNation Pledge

    ONE of Ireland’s largest garden centre networks is calling on enthusiasts of all ages and all skill levels to take the Operation PolliNation pledge...
    Ms Helena Hyland’s 3rd class from Boys National School, Athenry, Co Galway were crowned first place winners of Incredible Edibles.

    West Schools win top prize in the Incredible Edibles growing project

    Two Schools in Galway and one in Wexford have been named as the overall winners of Agri Aware’s Incredible Edibles healthy eating and growing...
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    Birdwatch Ireland response to Programme for Government

    BirdWatch Ireland broadly welcomes the publication of the Programme for Government. Upon detailed review of the document, we can confirm that it mentions biodiversity 50...
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    Work begins on the Dublin Mountains Makeover – Coillte

    If you’re visiting Ballyedmonduff forest over the next few weeks, look out for Phase 1 of our forest transformation. Works are beginning on the Dublin...
    Recent dry conditions and an increase in domestic water usage have led to the ban being put in place

    Nationwide hosepipe ban set to start tomorrow – RTÉ News

    Irish Water has announced a nationwide hosepipe ban will come into effect from tomorrow for a six-week period. It is blaming recent dry conditions and...
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    Dublin Mountains makeover to positively transform forests for generations to come – Coillte

    The makeover will see nine Coillte forests transition from commercial use to wholly recreational purposes creating beautiful diverse forests for the future Coillte Nature, the...

    Bloom at Home: Garden Safari – The benefits of plants and gardening at home

    Bloom at Home: Garden Safari - The benefits of plants and gardening at home

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