Wild Food Foraging with Wild Food Mary Bulfin

Wild Food Foraging with Wild Food Mary Bulfin

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Wild Food Foraging at CrannOg Eco Farm Go Wild Food Foraging with Wild Food Mary Bulfin, forager, chef, and lover of all good food nature has to offer. Collect wild foods, use them fresh and learn how to preserve, make all kinds of treats from delicious elderflower delight to relishes, dried mushrooms, and wonderful liqueurs. 
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Living Willow Weekend

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Living Willow Weekend Crann Og Eco Farm Join us in February for 2 weekend workshops teaching you all about working with living willow.  These are completely hands on workshops. Learn how to plant, harvest and sort willow, and the best ways to store and create growth hormone liquid. Gain practical skills in maintaining and weaving
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Congrats To Crann Og Eco Farm

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Congratulations to Gold Certified Ecotourism Operator Crann Og Eco Farm Well done to all at Crann Og Eco Farm who are celebrating their new Gold Certification! We are excited to announce we have just been re-certified by Eco Tourism Ireland as a Gold Certified Ecotourism Operator as of July 2015. This is recognised by the The
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Foraging, Cookups and Family Fun

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Eco Events Coming Up Wild Food Summer School 2015 The second Wild Food Summer School will be held on September 11th,12 & 13th 2015 at the Old Rectory, Killedmond, Borris, Co. Carlow in the Blackstairs Ecotrails Eco Centre. Enjoy three days of foraging, debate, cook ups, great talks, demonstrations,Soap Box Talks,a selection of workshops and
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Woodland Conservation Walk at Crann Og Eco Farm

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A guided walk in the woods with ecological experts. “Woodland Conservation Walk“….A guided walk in the woods with ecological experts. Learn the methodology and intricacies of developing an interpretive trail in an ecologically sensitive area. Dr Cilian Roden, Gordon D’Arcy, Jack Roberts and Andrew St Ledger . Venue:  Crann Og Eco Farm.  

Minimising Environmental Impacts at Crann Og Eco Farm

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Minimising Environmental Impacts…….how good are we at Crann Og Eco Farm? We have just calculated our current environmental impacts for our whole Eco Farm. We are 3 households, 1 main house and two upscale recycled mobile homes, with 6 full time residents. We take in an average of 350 guests per year in our two
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