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FEAST 13h
Day 7 of the FEAST Sustainable Schools Initiative & Mercy Primary School becomes our 6th school of the campaign. Not only did we present to over 100 students today but we also looked at their rooftop garden which will be used in March for our Food Ed campaign.
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Margo McGann Jan 22
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IrishSeedSaversAssoc 7h
"The United Nations backs seed sovereignty in landmark small-scale farmers’ rights declaration." - very interesting that most developed countries, UK, US voted AGAINST this motion.
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Cornelius Traas Jan 21
We now have our apple crisps available in reusable (and recyclable) glass jars. Bring back your jar for a simple refill at our farm shop.
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mooncoin beetroot Jan 21
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Richard Jacob Jan 20
Replying to @idahocafe
Ireland is a country that produces world quality vegetables, cereals and meat. We do not need to buy imported Soya and nuts from Brazil. Eat well, eat local, eat with moderation. Support your local growers not the shady conglomerates that own the world.
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Anthony O'Toole Jan 20
Am I reading this right? We imported 7kg of carrots, 10kg onions & 13kg of apples for every person in the country in 2017 + 72,000M/T of potatoes & 23,000M/T of cabbage. This is why I don't like supermarkets. Stop the 'supporting local' marketing ploys & work with Irish growers.
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Slow Food Ireland Jan 20
. are hosting their first event of the year this Tuesday, January 22nd, at 7pm in with Dearbhla Reynolds of the . Slow Food members €6 and non-members €8. Bookings to slowfoodeastcork@gmail.com
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Michael Kelly Jan 19
From the Garden: It's time to reflect on all the food we are importing that could be grown here (via ) ⁦
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NeighbourFood Jan 20
Just 6 hours left to order for !! Have you met GIK from oliveswestcork. He specialises in olives, preserves, smoked bits and West Cork specialities. Honourable mentions…
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Dee Jan 18
Irish Food Lovers!! Looking for a selection of Irish ambient food products from the 4 provinces to include in an upcoming project☘️ 💚 to hear your favourites especially the new, lesser known items. RT pls!
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Brown Envelope Seeds Jan 20
Well at least it has a cover, the contents are almost ready. message your address if you want one. Image by my talented sister
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Ireland Guide Jan 19
Grano brings, authentic rustic Italian cooking to Stoneybatter. Following a Slow Food ethos, with organic produce brought from Italy, the cooking is extraordinary. A casual, relaxing gem and one of Dublin’s most exciting new openings. review:
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greensideup.ie Jan 18
"Policy-makers must also become more attuned to the environmental impacts of gardening practises. They should promote Permaculture community gardens for their environmental, as well as social benefits." Interesting study from
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Aaron Jewell Jan 18
The has a wonderful selection of organic fruit and veg in at the moment. Get down today to kilmainham before the weekend rush.
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Slow Food Jan 18
*** BERLIN CALLING!*** Europe's youngest (and coolest 😉) capital city is preparing for a beautiful event: Thousands of young people have gathered...
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In Season Farm Jan 15
Some nice baby carrots coming out of the ground this morning still have nice bunched carrots also hard to believe leaf is as good as it is for mid jan
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ReganOrganicFarm Jan 11
Baby ducks just arrived! 🦆
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Margaret Griffin Jan 11
How do you know an animal or bird has eaten grass/vegetation? By the colour of the fat. Yellow! White fat is from a cereal diet and does not have the correct omega 3:6 ratio. Remember dissecting gizzards with my grandmother as a small child. This one was just full of grit.
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FEAST Jan 11
Day 2 of the FEAST Sustainable Schools Initiative and today visited Salerno Secondary school and Scoil Ide, Salthill. 3 presentations to over 600 students with over 60 posters divided between the 2 schools. Its been a busy day, time to rest and enjoy the weekend.
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