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The problem with Disposable Coffee Cups

Disposable Coffee Cup Recycling (infographic)    re you a coffee lover?  Do you take your coffee on the fly?  Have you ever considered what happens to all those disposable coffee cups?  It hadn't really crossed our...

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Just what my body & soul needed

Most nourishing natural retreat elax, Walk, Stretch & Enjoy – our ReNature Yoga Natural Retreat from 6th to 9th of April was a wonderful, relaxing experience. Quite a mixed and international group of people joined us...

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Build A Yurt Series: Part 3 – Cord work

Build a Yurt Part 3: cord work    elcome to Part 3 of a series of posts showing you how to build a Yurt. The new yurts we are making will be available to stay at Crann Og Eco Farm during the spring, summer and autumn...

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Build A Yurt Series: Part 2 – Roof Structure

Build a Yurt Part 2: roof structure   elcome to Part 2 of the Build a Yurt series. This post is all about making the roof poles which will slot into the roof crown and rest upon the wall lattices. This section shows...

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Leave No Trace in Nature

   eave No Trace is an outdoor ethics programme designed to promote and inspire responsible outdoor recreation through education, research and partnerships. At Crann Og Eco Farm we actively promote the seven codes to...

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Nature Therapy Benefits – Feel Good Factor

Back to Nature    he Connacht Tribune has run a feature on Crann Og Eco Farm promoting the importance of Nature and the positive effects it has on our daily lives. Connecting with nature through guided Nature Therapy...

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Food Forage in Ireland September 2016

   ild Food Foraging in Ireland with Mary Bulfin at Crann Og Eco Farm.  A charming group of folk joined us for a very interesting and informative day out. Mary led the group from all walks of life through the farm and...

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