We would like to Congratulate Ms Paula Pender a master grower, graduate of our college and coordinator of Distance Learning Programme on receiving her Masters Degree in Organic Horticulture in University College Cork last week.
We are hosting a “Christmas Fest” on Thursday December 17th from 5-8pm. Taking the theme of the Continental style Christmas Markets there will be a wide range of market stalls selling crafts and food gifts including delicious chutneys, jams, home
Our College is now closed for enrollments for 2015-16. If you would like to join or you know someone who would like to learn more about Organics and are considering doing a course in this area in 2016-17 please contact
For the last two years our students have been competing at show level with our Organic produce. This in it self is a measure of how good they are at Horticulture and Harvesting. We would like to thank the following
“Prize Winning Produce at Organic College Open Day” For gardeners and food lovers the annual Open Day at An tIonad Glas, The Organic College in Dromcollogher next Sunday, July 19th is the place to be. Running from 2-5pm, there will
GLAS is the new agri-environment scheme, part of the Rural Development Programme 2014-2020. GLAS achieves the objectives of Articles 28 and 30 of the Rural Development Regulation and ties in with the green vision for Irish agriculture as contained in
We would like to thank Duncan Stuart and his team on Eco Eye for the coverage they gave our College last week on RTE. As Duncan says “Rural Ireland has always had its economic struggles and since the recession, they
Our tree sales are going well, if anyone is interested in getting some please let us know as some varieties are running out fast!!
Our enterprise students who are over our tree nursery have a number of trees for sale. If you are interested please contact our college at 06383604 or firstname.lastname@example.org or you can contact us through our facebook page.
An tIonad Glas is delighted to welcome Elaine McKeogh who joined the teaching staff of the College last week. Elaine runs “Good and Green” outside Killaloe in East Clare, producing fresh salads and vegetables which are sold in the local