Launch Of UCD’s Big Red Shed At National Ploughing Championships 2017

Agri Aware, the Irish agri-food educational body in collaboration with UCD School of Agriculture and Food Science, invite you to the launch of its “Big Red Shed” at the National Ploughing Championships. The big red shed will be home to a host of events throughout the 3 days with panel discussions featuring MC’s Marty Morrissey and Damien […]

Ed “Shearing” Comes To Tullamore Show!

  The buzz of the shears was heard at Agri Aware’s stand at the Tullamore Show last Sunday (August 13th 2017) as Celebrity Chef Edward Hayden mastered his first ever attempt at sheep shearing! Edward was on hand to officially open Agri Aware’s CAP exhibit at the Tullamore Show on Sunday, 13 August 2017. The exhibit was […]

The Sky Is The Limit For Agri-food Industry

Agri Aware, the agri-food educational body, has today, Monday, 18 July 2016, launched a novel and engaging communication campaign at Dublin Airport to engage the consumer in the importance of CAP (Common Agricultural Policy) The six-week campaign, which will be seen by some 4 million passengers in both Terminals 1 and 2 at Dublin Airport, […]

Grow Irish jobs – Agri Aware encourages shoppers to support Irish farmers and food producers this Christmas

Agri Aware, the independent Irish agri-food educational body, is asking consumers to support the Irish agri-food industry, by buying quality and sustainably produced Irish food this Christmas. Launching its ‘Buy Irish’ food campaign, Agri Aware’s Chairman, Richard Moeran, appealed to consumers to fill their shopping baskets with the best of Irish produce this festive season. […]

Minister Hayes launches Agri Aware’s ‘2015 Farm Walk and Talk’

  Over two thousand five hundred second level Agricultural Science students from across Ireland take to the fields   The outdated Agricultural Science syllabus for Leaving Certificate is in the process of being updated, after 40 years   Agricultural Science students and their teachers, from 70 schools across Ireland, will this week close their textbooks […]

Agri Aware appeals to shoppers to support Irish farmers and food producers this Christmas

  Farming, the food sector and related service industries deliver an estimated 300,000 jobs in the Irish economy 85% of the public believe that Irish farmers provide quality, safe, traceable food at an affordable price for Irish consumers 88% of Irish people say they try to buy Irish food to support Irish farmers   Agri […]

Agri Aware launches first ever equine modules for Transition Year students

Irish equine industry contributes €1 billion euro annually to the Irish economy In 2013, attendance at Irish racecourses grew to 1.24million     Agri Aware, the Irish agri-food educational body, launched the first ever equine modules for Transition Year students at the Punchestown racing Festival last Friday, with top National Hunt Jockeys Barry Geraghty and […]

Tipperary Girl Educated on the Importance of Irish Farming at Tullamore Show

Agri Aware CAP Mobile Farm a huge success at renowned Show   Visitors to the famous Tullamore Show were treated to a unique showcasing of Irish farming through Agri Aware’s state-of-the-art Mobile Farm unit. Patrons were given an opportunity to meet the animals on board and learn about their role in food production, along with […]

Give Farm and Countryside Safety Some Welly!

Safety starts with awareness and that’s never more important than when working or living on a farm or in the countryside. That was the message from Agri Aware’s Chairman Bernard Donohue, as the organisation launched its farm and countryside safety initiative for 2013: Agri Aware’s Farm and Countryside Safety Welly Challenge Supported by FBD, the IFA […]

Agri Aware continues to educate Irish students about the benefits of healthy eating

Agri Aware, Ireland’s independent agri-food educational body, says healthy eating and knowledge of the farm to fork pathway for Irish students has always been a key message to shape the future eating habits of our country. It follows the news that Britain looks set to incorporate horticulture into its primary school curriculum: Ireland has already […]

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