Networks and sustainability initiatives[edit | edit source]
Grow It Yourself Ireland (better known as GIY) is a non-profit social enterprise based in Ireland whose mission: "...is to educate and enable a global movement of food growers whose collective actions will help to rebuild a sustainable food system."
GIY facilitates and supports various local growing groups, called GIY Groups, as a part of their community action.
Events[edit | edit source]
- Street Feast (Ireland), link checked 12:09, 8 July 2023 (UTC)
Community gardens[edit | edit source]
- Greenside Up, "Social, Community, Therapeutic Horticultural & Environmental Education", created by Dee Sewell, a community based entrepreneur based on the Carlow/Kilkenny border in 2009 to help promote the grow your own ethos and raise environmental awareness. link checked 12:17, 8 July 2023 (UTC)
Sustainable food production[edit | edit source]
Origin Green will allow Ireland to become a world leader in sustainable high quality food and drink production. The Origin Green program is built upon the Origin Green Sustainability Charter which will commit participants to engage directly with the challenges of sustainability. This will include reducing energy inputs, minimizing overall carbon footprint and lessening impact on the environment in order to increase efficiency and competitiveness.
Official site: http://www.origingreen.ie
Food waste[edit | edit source]
Resources[edit | edit source]
Video[edit | edit source]
- Bioregional Weaving Lab Waterford, giy.ie, page includes link to (pdf) online meeting report, to share the process and outcomes of the manifesto workshop, Oct 21, 2022, added 12:11, 9 July 2023 (UTC)
Past events[edit | edit source]
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- Irish Food Markets, bordbia.ie, link checked 13:53, 8 July 2023 (UTC)
- The Organic Centre, not-for-profit company promoting and supporting organic growing and sustainable living, link checked 13:57, 8 July 2023 (UTC)
- Social Hops - Community Hop Project
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References[edit | edit source]