Category: Events

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 […]

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 […]

CG Ireland Gathering & Pest and Diseases Workshop

Community Garden Gathering & Pest & Disease Workshop – Bookings Open

In association with Donegal Community Gardens Network, OURGanic Gardens and CG Ireland, we are pleased to bring our July event to Gortahork in Donegal. Bookings are NOW OPEN ON EVENTBRITE for the event on Sunday, 9th July 2017

Community Garden Ieland Gathering and Orchard Care Workshop

Community Garden Gathering & Orchard Care Workshop – Bookings Open

Registration and bookings are now open for the first of our 2017 events. We’re starting the year by visiting County Offaly where CG Ireland are being hosted by Birr Community Growery. Kevin Dudley of Cloughjordan Farm will be demonstrating Orchard Care and we’re also including a Panel Discussion and Community Garden Q & A for all your […]