Edible Landscape Project

Awards:

2018 – GIY/ Energia Today Show: Huge excitement at the GROW HQ in Waterford where Edible Landscape WON the competition. This a great achievement for Westport. A massive thank you to all the local groups and individuals who rallied behind us encouraging friends, relations and students to vote. We couldn’t have done this without all of your support. The prize fund of €5000 means we can double the size of the forest garden at the Quay Community Centre and continue running our food security workshops. Particular thanks to Energia for sponsoring the prize, GIY for inviting us into their fantastic new GROW HQ in Waterford, and of course to RTE’s Daithi, Maura, and Nuala for hosting. We are beyond delighted!   

Energia Get Ireland Awards at Grow HQ, Waterford about to announce the winners of the Today Show Garden #getirelandgrowing

Posted by Energia Get Ireland Growing on Thursday, 8 March 2018

 

2016 and 2015 – The National Supervalu Tidy Towns Sustainable Development Award:  the Edible Landscape Project were named proud winners of this Award which is one of a number of special awards in the Tidy Towns Competition. It is sponsored and judged by the Sustainable Development Unit in the Department of the Environment, Community and Local Government. The award recognises communities that are putting Sustainable Development principles into practice.

Edible Landscape Project Westport were presented with a sustainable development award at the NorthWest and West Region – Supervalu Tidy Towns Awards Ceremony held in Westport. Pictured from CEO Mayo Couty Council Peter Hynes Paula Halpin Catriona McCarthy and Minister of State Dept of Rural Development Michael Ring TD. Pic Conor McKeown

2016: Edible Landscape Project Westport were presented with a sustainable development award at the NorthWest and West Region – Supervalu Tidy Towns Awards Ceremony held in Westport.
Pictured from CEO Mayo Couty Council Peter Hynes Paula Halpin Catriona McCarthy and Minister of State Dept of Rural Development Michael Ring TD.
Pic Conor McKeown

Tidy Towns Award

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Funding: The Edible Landscape Project has received materials funding from Mayo County Council via Municipal Funding, Local Agenda 21 and the Historic Towns Initiative. We have also received grants from the Education and Training Board (ETB) and GIY. We are continually applying to funding bodies to provide resources for our  workshops.