The Edible Landscape Project (ELP), is a pan-European movement, based from Westport, County Mayo, Republic of IrelandWe empower individuals and communities to take care of nature and protect the planet by building local food security and climate resilience. How do we do this? Through education and network building and by advocating for policy change, building community consensus, and embedding practical, land-based food solutions, for the local environment. Check out our Tree Towns Initiative© , a pan-European project, where we are planting community orchards of fruit and nut trees across, starting in Ireland in 2020 and expanding across our European network from 2021. We can do something positive to reverse the effects of climate change. We can start by planting trees and edible landscapes in our local communities to build community resilience for the future. If you are a community organisation and are interested in being part of this great movement to secure our future, visit our contact page, fill out the form, and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.
How does a man from south county Dublin connect gardening, climate change and set dancing on Clare Island? This week's podcast is with Eamon Ryan TD.