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Burren Slow Food Festival made welcome return

Hundreds of people gathered at the Pavilion theatre in Lisdoonvarna at the weekend, as the Burren Slow Food Festival returned after a gap of three years.

Burren Slow Food Festival celebrates GEOfood and Ukraine 

Slow Food Clare has confirmed the eclectic programme for the 2022 Burren Slow Food Festival that takes place later this month from Friday 20 May – Sunday 22 May.

Burren villages showcased in new film series

A new film series featuring villages in one of Ireland’s most unique environments has been launched by the Burren Ecotourism Network.

GEOfood theme for Burren Slow Food Festival

The Burren Slow Food 2022 festival will take place from Friday to Sunday, May 20th to 22nd, and will be dedicated to raising awareness about and promoting the concept of “GEOfood.”

Forestry in Ireland not environmentally sustainable

Clare Independent TD Michael McNamara has told the Dáil that farmers are being prevented from harvesting forestry they plant and there is no incentive to replace monoculture Sitka Spruce plantations with something more sustainable.
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Tributes paid to charity marathon runner Pat Bogue

Tributes have been paid to well-known agricultural and rural development research consultant and charity marathon runner Dr Pat Bogue.

Burren Food Fayre returns in October

Food lovers from all over Ireland are in for a treat this autumn, as the Burren Food Fayre is returning for a series of unique food and farm visitor experiences this October bank holiday weekend.

Agri-food tourism in the Burren area growing

Famers, food producers and artisans in the Burren are reaping the benefits of Agritourism initiatives this summer as visitors flock to try unique visitor experiences in the region.
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