Autumn Gathering in Donegal: Community Collaboration and Connection

The 2019 Annual Gathering will be in Donegal where we’re talking all things Collaboration & Connection

The Importance of School Gardens as a Community

The Importance of a School Garden as a Community

“Nature inspires creativity in a child by demanding visualisation and the full use of senses…In nature a child finds freedom, fantasy and privacy…” Richard Luv, ‘Last Child in the Woods’ My first memory of gardening as a child was accompanying my grandfather to his allotment in the North of England every weekend. I loved helping […]

Autumn Gathering in East Clare: Adapting our Soil Practices for Climate Change

COMMUNITY GARDENS IRELAND GATHERING IN EAST CLARE – 13/14 OCTOBER 2018 Wow, where did the year go? It’s been a super summer with so much growing going on – although the lack of rain was, and still is in places, very wearing at times. We are now beginning to move into autumn where we will […]

Community Gardens Ireland Against Climate Change

GROWers from Community Gardens Ireland Against Climate Change

If you are a farmer, an urban gardener, if you volunteer in a community garden or own a small allotment, if you are concerned about soil, if you are interested in technological and social innovation then let us introduce you to the GROW Observatory.   The GROW Observatory is a European-wide project engaging thousands of […]

Our Soil: The Community Gardens Annual Gathering

Our Soil – The Community Gardens Ireland Annual Gathering

Our Soil – The Community Gardens Ireland Annual Gathering Join us at the Community Gardens Ireland Learning and Networking event of 2018. When:   Sunday, 27th May 2018 Where:  WeCreate Centre, Cloughjordan EcoVillage, Tipperary The day will be packed with information and inspiration to help you progress with your own projects. It will follow the annual […]