kirsty, Author at Enriched Earth Ecovillage
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General Update It's been another very busy period for Enriched Earth with some very exciting new developments in our work to pioneer Environmental innovation, education and action in Ireland. The Belfast Raise: Northern Ireland Investments Following a pitch by John-Paul at the 'Belfast Raise' investment showcase in association...

Enriched Earth Educational Ecovillage is delighted to announce that we are now working as a key project in the prestigious Climate Ambassador initiative, coordinated by an Taisce Education with support from the Department of Communication, Climate Action and Environment. This programme involves a select number...

Sharing Word of our Work! Folks, The last couple of months have been something of another roller-coaster ride for the Enriched Earth project! Who ever said setting up a pioneering educational ecovillage in Ireland would be easy? Eh, no-one! We had agreed a site, however due to a...

The Latest It's been a while since last blog as team EE has been flat out on the ground and things have been moving and developing at such a pace, the blog just couldn't quite keep up! It's an exciting time for this project...

GEN Conference in Sweden Big news for this blog is that Enriched Earth Founder and Director has been invited to help co-create the Global Ecovillage Network European Conference, at Ängsbacka Ecovillage in Sweden this summer, as a Workshop Leader. He will present the vision and values...

Ecovillage pioneers on the lookout for Fermanagh site Following an extensive interview with Enriched Earth founder and director John-Paul Patton, we are delighted that the Fermanagh Herald have published a very supportive article on our project and we have already had two landowners who read the...

September was another extremely busy month for the Cauldron Community project with some very exciting developments! We held a meeting with Carmel Fyfe the manager of Eco Schools NI and she is keen on supporting the Cauldron Community and we are currently exploring the possibility of...