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Thursday, January 20, 2022

‘Check, Clean, Dry’ Campaign launched by Leave No Trace Ireland, the National Biodiversity Data...

A new initiative to raise awareness about the spread of harmful invasive plant species and the impact of litter on Irish waterways has been...

Irish researchers encouraged to apply to €62 million Horizon Europe Soil Mission Call

The Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine with responsibility for Research and Development, Martin Heydon, T.D., has encouraged...

AIPH Partners with the European Federation of Green Roof and Living Wall Associations (EFB)...

The International Association of Horticultural Producers (AIPH), the world’s champion for the power of plants, is proud to welcome EFB as a partner for the AIPH...

Planting of non-native conifers detrimental to red squirrel population

New research from Queen’s University Belfast and the University of St Andrew’s has shown that current red squirrel conservation strategies in the UK and...

OFC launches ground-breaking reports on natural capital

Two timely reports focused on quantifying, qualifying and ensuring good governance in the trading of natural capital and carbon, were launched today, 5 January,...

UK News: Protecting and enhancing the environment to be prioritised in new housing and...

Plans to ensure wildlife can be better protected and enhanced in developments have been set out in a consultation launched today by UK Environment...

Teagasc at BTYSTE: In the clover

Teagasc is at the virtual BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition (BTYSTE) 2022. Teagasc Researchers Catriona Boyle and Deirdre Hennessy bring us this article...

Sinn Féin MEP hails success of European Innovation Partnership organic project

Sinn Féin MEP Chris MacManus has welcomed the publication of the final report on the Maximising Organic Production Systems (MOPS) project. MOPS was an...

Community Peatlands initiatives to benefit from €500k scheme

Community projects on bogs and peatlands all over the country are being encouraged to apply for up to half a million euro in community...

A United Kingdom? Not when it comes to future agricultural policy

England, Northern Ireland and Wales share their agricultural policy visions at the Oxford Farming Conference. On the opening day of the Oxford Farming Conference, agricultural...