In our Winter 2020/21 issue, our regular sustainability columnist Davie Philip wrote about the importance of local food sovereignty, and how this is key to developing our communities’ resilience in the years ahead.
This article was triggered by the renewed interest in raw cows’ milk and also by discussions about the role of the cow in the current debate on climate change.
We always love finding and sharing happy stories for the Positively Newsworthy section of our magazine. Our Winter 2020/21 issue carried a story about a game-changing app for dementia users, created by a group of Drogheda-based teens, and a couple of reflections on the amazing qualities of nature.
In our Autumn 2020 issue, our resident gardening expert Hans Wieland wrote about the importance of seed saving, and how this can benefit future generations as well as those who are here now. Scroll on below to read it!
In our Summer 2020 issue, our resident gardening expert Hans Wieland shared his thoughts on the value of self-sufficiency: a timely and pertinent concept for our times. We loved hearing his wisdom on the subject! Read his article below.
Ireland’s much-loved health show is back this autumn, and we can’t wait! Vitality is returning to the RDS Simmonscourt, Dublin, on September 26th and 27th. Ahead of the event, we spoke to Vitality organisers and exhibitors to get a sense of what this year’s show will be all about. The feature below appeared in our Summer 2020 issue. Read and enjoy!
We’re thrilled to announce that our Summer 2020 issue has hit the shelves! It will be rolling out to all of our stockists over the next week – keep an eye out for it at your local health food store or holistic centre, and ask when they will have it in. We will also be sending copies of the magazine to all of our subscribers very soon, so keep an eye on those letterboxes!
Davie Philip – one of our regular columnists – is a community catalyst and facilitator at cultivate.ie, the sustainability cooperative based in Cloughjordan Ecovillage. We love this article he wrote for our Spring 2020 issue, discussing how community resilience, caring and connectedness are key to tackling climate change. Read on to find out more.
We were enthralled by a beautifully simple, yet deeply profound concept that our gardening expert Hans Wieland put forward in our Spring 2020 issue: there should be a garden in every school. Hans passionately expressed what an empowering initiative this would be for children all over the country, helping them to learn more about where their food comes from, whilst cultivating a deeper connection with the Earth. Read his amazing article below!
We are very excited by the amazing educational and food experiences that are set to be offered at Shanbally House & Gardens in Co. Tipperary! This beautiful venue will open in Summer 2020. Read on to learn all about it!