Introduction to Community Gardening
An Introduction to Community Gardening
Tuesday 12 October, 4pm-5pm
Join the UCC Community Garden Committee for an introduction to the UCC Community Gardens. These student-led presentations and demonstrations will help you find out more about how to get involved in community gardens or feel free to come along to pick up some simple tips for beginner gardeners.
Meeting at 4pm at UCC Community Gardens on College Road - see Google Map here for location.
Together with and for Community
UCC Community Gardens are jointly owned by the Environmental Society and the International Development Society and are run by staff and students of UCC. This student-led event was championed by former Co-Chair of UCC Green Campus, Mark Falvey and Sophie O'Callaghan, Climate Ambassador with An Taisce.
UNIC CityLabs: The UNIC European University is an alliance of eight universities educating through teaching, research and community engagement, towards inclusive societies. Central to this, is the collaborative work of UNIC CityLabs to create physical and virtual meeting points where students, citizens, academia and city stakeholders work together to identify and solve societal challenges faced by post-industrial superdiverse cities. During Community Week staff, students and city representatives from across the eight European partner cities convene in Liege for the inaugural CityLabs Festival.
Read more about the UNIC CityLabs Programme Strand which highlights events and activities taking place in Cork and Liege during Community Week that are connecting the exciting collaborations taking place in Cork and across European through the UNIC CityLabs intiative.
UCC Community Week: This event is part of UCC Community Week 2021. During Community Week, staff and students across the university come together with community and public sector partners to host community focussed events and activities. The week long programme of events celebrates UCC as a civically engaged university.