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Tips on sowing parsnips

Unless the ground has warmed up a bit in March it is probably better in Ireland to delay sowing parsnips until... Read Tips

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GIY is a global movement of people who grow their own food.

Our big idea?  When people grow their own they gain a deeper understanding of food called ‘food empathy’ which acts as a lever to a healthier lifestyle.

There are 50,000 people involved online and in the community, supported by the GIY foundation, which runs campaigns and events to inspire and support people to grow their own.

 

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Please compost your weeds

There seems to be a lot of confusion about composting weeds.  Weeds make up the main part of my compost heap and they really make excellent compost.  Yet on numerous occasions I noticed that people start dumps – of...

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Adventure #10 An Irish Evening

By: Elaine Brown

Friday 13th February                                                              Ballincollig, Co. Cork Picture, if you will living in WIT accommodation during RAG week,...

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Adventure #9 Norn Iron (Part 3) In Dublin’s fair city…

By: Elaine Brown

Thursday 22nd January                                                                                                          Warrenpoint->Dublin-> Waterford Day 3 I...

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Adventure #9 Norn Iron (Part two) A foggy road

By: Elaine Brown

Wednesday 21st of January                                                    Omagh -> Warrenpoint -> Castlewellan Day two was a little less hectic and involved far less...

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