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Cultivate Living and Learning

Cultivate is a national NGO managed by the Sustainable Ireland Cooperative. We designs and facilitate learning journeys, hosts training in community resilience and offers courses in Permaculture and innovation.


CELT – Centre for Ecological Living and Training

Providing education, training and awareness-raising in environmental issues, traditional skills, sustainable living and nature conservation.


Hedge Laying Association of Ireland

Encouraging and facilitating the conservation, protection and appropriate management of hedgerows.


GEF - Green Economy Foundation

Campaigning for biodiversity, sustainability and thriving green economy. and


The Muintir na Coille Co-Operative

Raising awareness of the importance and uses of coppice silviculture

within the island of Ireland.


WeCreate FabLab

Provides a range of digital fabrication equipment in the FabLab and unique learning environment offering workshops and courses at many levels.


Fab Lab Limerick

A space for makers in Limerick city centre promoted by the School of Architecture, University of Limerick. The space offers cultural, educational and research programmes on digital fabrication, bridging the gap between these technologies and creatives from all disciplines.


Heritage Council

Ensuring the value of our heritage is enjoyed, managed and protected for the vital contribution that it makes to our identity, well-being and future.


Cloughjordan Eco Village

Cloughjordan Ecovillage is a neighbourhood of some 100 adults and 35 children living in 55 low-energy homes in the Irish rural town of Cloughjordan. Through its renewable energy system, its well-insulated houses, its community farm, its green enterprise centre and its vibrant community, is a model for the transition to a low-carbon society.


Made in Cloughjordan  // Come to Cloughjordan

An exhibit of stuff made, designed, developed, baked, cooked, fired, sewn, thrown, written, cut, printed, grown, harvested in Cloughjordan! See the community notice board for opportunities to visit Cloughjordan.


Cloughjordan Community Farm

Using biodynamic and organic farming methods, Cloughjordan Community Farm is a member-owned, community-supported agriculture project.


The Outsiders Collective

Collective made up of young food enthusiasts from Tipperary led by Country Choice & Larkins - Sourcing produce ingredients from interesting places to make delicious, sustainable festival food.



A leading voice for organisations that want Ireland to be a world leader in efforts to bring about global justice.


Irish Environmental Network

A network of national environmental organisations. IEN supports the capacity building and funding needs of member organisations, all of whom are involved in one way or another in the well-being, protection and enhancement of the environment.


Get Involved

A sustainable communities initiative developed by 51 local newspapers throughout Ireland.


Riot Rye Bakehouse & Bread School

Committed to creating and actively fostering a culture of bread without the use of industrial additives or chemicals.


My Goodness A La Carte

An ethical, health focused business specialising in vegan, raw, sugar free, gluten free and fermented probiotic products


DaysE (Donate As You Save Energy)

Provides the platform to raise funds for positive impact energy projects, through energy saving measures.


African Drumming

Facilitating West African Percussion and Dance workshops and performances around Ireland


Kes Clarke Herbalist

Presents a unique travelling show bringing information on plants and their uses to the general public at festivals and events.  

Caitriona Sheedy, Artist

Contemporary Irish artist exploring the unseen world of energy and emotion through painting, sculpture and installation.


Gorta - Self help Africa

Works with smallholder farmers, tackling hunger & poverty through food production & rural enterprise. The organisation will bring ‘#COP-on’ to this year’s Picnic, inviting festival goers to take part in a fun, video project highlighting the issue of global warming in Africa, and inviting participants to contribute, in the lead up to the COP21 climate summit in Paris, this December.


Irish Seed Savers

Working together to conserve Irish Biodiversity.


East Clare Community Co-op

Providing a diverse range of activities, services, cultural, educational, social and creative opportunities for all members of the East Clare local community.


Cloughordan EcoVillage/Stop Food Waste Compost Demonstration Site

Cloughjordan EcoVillage hosts a compost demonstration site which is part of a national network of demonstration sites maintained by the Stop Food Waste Campaign. The site provides comprehensive information and education about the food we waste and how to prevent this through composting.


Little Bigtopis a theatre company,  based in Cloughjordan, North Tipperary, making work specifically for young and preschool children. Shows are interactive, highly visual & playful.


Green Me

Making greener living simpler and realistic. A starting point for going green, based on information and advice you can trust.


Irish Cycling Community

A community made up of different cycling initiatives from across Ireland.


Friends of the Earth

Campaigning for environmental justice and sustainability. And believe in sustainable development - meeting the needs of the current generation without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs.


Community Garden Network

A virtual connection for community gardeners, providing support and promotion, sharing resources and learning, and exchanging ideas.


Urban Farm

Urban Agri-Cultural Projects for Education and Food Production.


Moy Hill Community Gardens

Group of community volunteers growing organic, native fruits and vegetables, as well as managing a native tree orchard to preserve our Irish heritage.


The Growery, Birr

Built on the established Birr Tidy Towns initiative, Birr Community Growery acts as a Community Food Hub hosting a variety of activities, programs, and services.


My Goodness A la Cart

This is a one of a kind healthy probiotic fermented soda bar, handcrafted from a restored and renovated 160 year old wooden Irish Pony Trap.  Relax at the rustic covered seating and enjoy a Kombucha or Kefir non-alcoholic drink. The My Goodness team will be promoting health and vitality over the weekend and hosting workshops on fermentation at the (h)Edge School.


Clann Credo

Provides affordable and flexible loan finance on manageable terms to community, voluntary and charity organisations.

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