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Thursday, November 26, 2020

Teagasc College of Amenity Horticulture – Update from the Principal John Mulhern

Today our Level 7 degree students should have been returning after their Easter break to College for their last week and a half of...
Agri Aware chairman Alan Jagoe with 5th class students from Scoil Ide Presentation Primary School in Clondalkin, Co Dublin in December when the Incredible Edibles 2020 school programme was launched. The programme has now been launched to families in the form of Incredible Edibles Family Challenge to help educate and entertain children about the importance of Irish fruit and vegetables during the current period of school closures.

Agri Aware launches Incredible Edibles Family Challenge to educate and entertain primary school families...

Agri Aware is launching its popular Incredible Edibles primary school programme to families to participate in during the current period of school closures and social distancing...
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Kildalton College – Open Day – Teagasc | Agriculture and Food Development Authority

Teagasc invites schools, students, teachers and parents to attend Kildalton College Open Day on 6 March 2020. At events like this, you will get ...  ...
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SAP Careers Open Day (27 February 2020)

SAP Landscapes invite you to tour their facility, meet their Managers and discover careers on offer at their facility in Maynooth. About this Event Over the...

‘Try Horticulture’ Event

Students from fifth, sixth year and Further Education are invited to experience first-hand college life in the Teagasc College in the National Botanic Gardens...
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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,...
Dr. Anthony Keane and Rachel Freeman are pictured with James Brady, recipient of the annual 'Academic Excellence in Horticulture Award' sponsored by Westland Horticulture and Westland’s Sales Manager, Colm O’Keeffe and Paul Stacey. James graduates the programme with a BSc Horticulture (Hons)

‘Academic Excellence in Horticulture Award’ at TU Dublin goes to 4th-year student, James Brady

TU Dublin was delighted to announce that this years' recipient of the annual 'Academic Excellence in Horticulture Award' sponsored by Westland Horticulture is 4th-year...

GLDA Student & Graduate Garden Design Awards

Are you a recent horticultural graduate or student? Or do you know someone who would fall into either of the following categories? If so,...
INAUGURAL SYMPOSIUM OF THE IRISH SOCIAL, COMMUNITY & THERAPEUTIC HORTICULTURE NETWORK

Inaugural symposium of the Irish Social, Community & Therapeutic Horticulture network

On Friday the 6th of September, more than 70 people from across the island of Ireland gathered at TU Dublin Blanchardstown to hear an...
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...