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“to amend the Forestry Act 2014 to make provision for schemes to facilitate the planting of native tree areas;”…great news I just heard at our Tree Council meeting this evening; this law has been signed by the President. Of course with Ash hammered and the amount of disease (oak processionary moth, Dublin City Council banningContinue reading “Forestry Act Amendment signed into law to facilitate planting of native trees”
Many parts of the world are facing a hunger crisis that requires radical action https://www.irishtimes.com/opinion/2022/09/19/many-parts-of-the-world-are-facing-a-hunger-crisis-that-requires-radical-action/ #stoptalkingstartplanting we say!
We are collaborating with Fingal County Council, the Swords Woodland Association, and local schools for the purposes of this initiative. The event shares a date with the Climate March and with Culture Night Dublin. To join us at County Hall, Swords on Friday 23rd September 10 – 1 p.m. please email firstname.lastname@example.org with SIGNUP inContinue reading “Join us on our One Tree Planted Plant-A-Tree Day Initiative!”
Thanks Alys Fowler for this great advice! A lot of these dry leaves in evidence this year…the dry conditions on the East Coast are now into a third year…I like the phrase, “Their gardens are thriving because they return their riches back to the only bank that matters: the soil food web.”“If you want toContinue reading ““If you want to weather a (climate) storm, compost like your life depends on it””
https://www.nytimes.com/2022/09/14/climate/patagonia-climate-philanthropy-chouinard.html Hats off to all our great #Patagonia supporters! Heroes all!
Woodland walks at work: yes! Read this inspiring case study! Walking meetings can stretch the body and the mind https://www.irishtimes.com/business/work/2022/09/09/walking-meeting-can-stretch-the-body-and-the-mind/