If you were able to join us for the first Cork Food Harvest Festival on 7th and 8th October 2017, you know it was two fun-filled days of community garden tours, foraging walks, cooking demos, music performances, feasting – and that’s only naming a few of the weekend’s events.
We’re especially grateful to all the volunteers, who each donated an immense amount of time, skills and energy to making the weekend a success.
Have a look at the beautiful visual representation of the festival, created by Hazel Hurley, which perfectly embodies the celebratory spirit of the weekend.
To learn more about our inaugural Cork Food Harvest Festival, please see our recap written just after the event took place. For information about future events hosted by Cork Food Policy Council, watch this space!
If you were able to join us for the first Cork Food Harvest Festival on 7th and 8th October 2017, you know it was two fun-filled days of community garden tours, foraging walks, cooking demos, music performances, feasting – and that’s only naming a few of the weekend’s events. We’re especially grateful to all the […]Read More
Photography Submissions Now Being Accepted: First Ever Cork Food Policy Council Photography Competition
Photographers of all ages, backgrounds and experience levels from across Cork: we invite you to submit one entry of your best photo to the first Cork Food Policy Council Photography Competition.Read More
“Join us on Sunday, October 16th at 1pm to celebrate World Food Day with the wonderful people in Sample Studios! If you would like to participate and bring a dish representing your county’s cuisine and culture, please email Tara (email@example.com) with your name and the country or region you are representing. Places are limited so […]Read More
Join us Saturday the 13th of August at the Triskel Art Centre for a fundraising screening of Risteard Ó Domhnaill’s Atlantic. This is an extremely important and powerful documentary about the powerful interests carving up Ireland’s ocean resources. Emmy Award-winning actor Brendan Gleeson narrates the film shot across Ireland, Norway and Newfoundland (Canada) by Scannáin Inbhear […]Read More
We are delighted to announce “Greening Cork’s Historic Spine”. This is a collaborative initiative brought to you by ourselves, the Cork Social Good Team and Reimagine Cork. This interactive planning event is for anyone who would like to learn more about the initiative and to get involved in making our great city an edible one. […]Read More
When: The Fourth Tuesday of September, October and November 2015 Where: Quay Co-op, 24 Sullivans Quay, Cork City 7-9pm Tuesday September 29th: ‘An Introduction to Cork Food Policy Council’ Dr Colin Sage, University College Cork 7-9pm Tuesday October 27th: ‘Quality Produce Inspired by a Lifestyle Dream’ Anthony Creswell, Ummera Smokehouse 7-9pm Tuesday November 24th: ‘Mixed […]Read More
24th September 2015 When: 2-6pm, Friday November 13th Camden Palace Community Art Centre: ‘Growing Urban Agriculture: Opportunities for Cork’ Where: Camden Palace Community Art Centre, 1 Camden Place, Camden Quay, Cork. Veronica Barry is a PhD candidate from the University of Birmingham. Veronica has over 20 years experience in various urban and rural agricultural projects and […]Read More
7th May 2015 Street Feast- Cork City Launch 2015 Street Feast is a day of local lunches across Ireland on 14th June, hosted by you and your neighbours. They can be anywhere really – out on the street, in a local park or in your front garden. There are lots of good reasons to have […]Read More
You still have a little time to organise a Street Feast for this Sunday 15th June. It’s also Father’s Day so a nice barbeque might just be the perfect way to celebrate. Register your event on the national Street Feast website to get your pack of support materials. Cork City and County Councils have supported this year’s […]Read More