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The Organic Centre

The Organic Centre was founded in 1995 by local organic growers, farmers and supporters, and was the brainchild of Rod Alston. Developed on a 19 acre  green field site at the foot of limestone hills beside Lough Melvin, the Centre operates in fairly chall
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Sustainable Ireland Cooperative

Sustainable.ie is managed by the Sustainable Ireland Cooperative who trade as Cultivate. Since 2000 we have hosted this website.
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Wildlife Rehabilitation Ireland

Wildlife Rehabilitation Ireland exists to promote wildlife rehabilitation
and improve wildlife welfare and conservation in Ireland
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Feasta aims to identify the characteristics (economic, cultural and environmental) of a truly sustainable society, articulate how the necessary transition can be effected and promote the implementation of the measures required for this purpose.
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Irish Seed Savers Association

Our main objective is to conserve Ireland’s very special and threatened plant genetic resources. Our work focuses on the preservation of heirloom and heritage food crop varieties that are suitable for Ireland’s unique growing conditions.
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Hedge Laying Association of Ireland

Aims and objectives are:
– To encourage and facilitate the conservation, protection and appropriate management of hedgerows
– To promote the craft and profession of hedge laying
– To encourage and facilitate landowners in the management of hedge
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Gluaiseacht is a non-hierarchical environmental and social justice movement bringing together grassroots organisations, concerned individuals and student groups from all over Ireland to raise awareness and take non-violent direct action.
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