Pictured at the launch of Research Leaders 2025 are (L to R): Raymond Kelly, Head of Reseach Support, Teagasc; Mr Michael Creed TD, Minister for Agriculture, Forestry and the Marine; Declan Troy, Assistant Director of Research, Teagasc

Teagasc invest €5.2m in next generation of research leaders

A new programme to develop the next generation of research leaders to underpin the objectives of Ireland’s Food Wise 2025 strategy was launched by...

Be original, different & better – grow with case studies – Bord Bia

Mairéad Mc Keown – Librarian & Information Specialist, Bord Bia - Irish Food Board Are you an Irish producer who has ambitions to be original...
GLDA - Five Seasons, the gardens of Piet Oudolf

GLDA – Five Seasons, the gardens of Piet Oudolf

The GLDA are delighted to host a film documentary Five Seasons, the gardens of Piet Oudolf. The film was directed by Thomas Piper, a filmmaker...
Paper boxes. Photo by Leone Venter on Unsplash

Targeted, cost-effective market research and marketing campaign opportunity – Bord Bia

Sinead Kennedy, Dusseldorf Office, Bord Bia – Irish Food Board With the onset of digitalisation, the options for market research and marketing have grown exponentially,...
Photography workshop with Vincent McMonagle

GLDA CPD photography workshop

Don’t miss this unique workshop, places are limited to just 20 so please book now to secure your spot! The workshop will concentrate on...
Thia Hennessy

Appointments to Teagasc Authority

Professor Thia Hennessy, Dean of Cork University Business School (CUBS) at UCC has been appointed to the Teagasc Authority by the Minister for Agriculture,...

Teagasc Education Vision – meeting future needs

The Teagasc ‘ Education Vision – meeting future needs’ conference taking place in Kilkenny, today, Tuesday, 5 June, heard that the need for education and training across...

Business blooming at Ireland’s premier floral and food festival as 200 buyers descend on...

Bord Bia today hosted more than 200 national and international buyers for a trade breakfast in the Food Village at Bloom, Ireland’s largest gardening,...
Bloom 2018

‘The Greener Way for Fingal’ wins Gold at Bloom 2018

Institute of Technology Blanchardstown, Fingal County Council, and the Dublin Dun-Laoghaire Education and Training Board (ETB) have been awarded a gold medal for their...
An upside down garden, the challenges of urban living, skin cancer awareness, gender inequality, sustainable fishing and biodiversity are among the issues which will be brought to life in some of the stunning show gardens at Bord Bia's Bloom which returns to the Phoenix Park Dublin from 31st May to 4th June 2018. The five day event which showcases the best of Ireland's horticulture and food industry will feature 20 spectacular show gardens and endless garden and floral features. Bloom offers a great out for all the family featuring arts, crafts, music, food and drink as well as talks, debates, workshops and live cookery demonstrations with some of Ireland's best loved chefs. Pictured at the Botanic Gardens Glasnevin, for the launch of Bord Bia's Bloom were: Gary Graham, Bord Bia's Bloom Show Manager, Tara McCarthy, CEO Bord Bia and children Skye Toal aged 5 from Finglas with Mateus Carvalho aged 6 from Athlone. Picture Chris Bellew / Fennell Photography 2018

Opening Day at Bloom 2018

Bloom will be officially opened by President Michael D. Higgins with his wife Sabina today at 11am. Visitors will also have the chance to see top chefs at the Bord Bia Quality Kitchen Stage in The...