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Irish Health Behaviour in School-aged Children – Bord Bia

Dr. Elizabeth Finnegan, Healthy Eating Executive, Bord Bia - The Irish Food Board The 2018 Irish Health Behaviour in School-aged Children (HBSC) was launched on Thursday,...
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...

How Disruptive Brands Make & Shake Categories

 Lessons from Bord Bia’s Brand Forum. At a time when our businesses are being disrupted by currency fluctuations and Britain’s withdrawal from Europe, it was...
Reece McKay fdSc in Horticulture ( right) with his bronze medal for Landscape gardening won at WorldSkills UK LIVE held at the Birmingham NEC

Greenmount horticulture students win medals at WorldSkills UK LIVE

The APL WorldSkills final took place last week from 15-17 November at WorldSkills UK LIVE held at the Birmingham NEC in front of over...

SALTEX Visitor Show Features

SALTEX is Europe's biggest, annual, free-to-visit event for grounds care, sports, amenities, estates and green space management. From turf care and specialist machinery to...
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Merit Award for ITB Horticulture student Geoff Wright at the Student Entrepreneur Awards

Sponsored by Enterprise Ireland, Cruickshank Intellectual Property Attorneys and Grant Thornton, the Student Entrepreneur Awards offers third level students from all academic disciplines and...

Teagasc Nursery stock seminar speaker line-up

Teagasc Nursery Stock & Ornamentals Seminar 25th October 9.30am There is an exciting line-up planned for the event to be held in less than 3...

2017 Winners and Merits at ALCI awards

The 2017 Landscape Awards, recognising the best work by ALCI members from across Ireland, were presented at the Convention Centre Dublin on 17th November. Gary...

CAFRE Bursaries awarded to winning horticulture students

Christmas came early for twenty-two successful agriculture and horticulture students with the CAFRE Bursary programme at Greenmount Campus. A total of £22,000 was distributed in...

Dee Sewell gives 10 examples of social enterprise in horticulture

“A social enterprise is like any other business. It works to deliver goods and services to make a profit. The difference is, it is...