Why not take part in the Kilkenny “Stop Food Waste Challenge”. The aim is to reduce your food waste, save money, have some fun and enjoy tasty meals on the way!
If you are interested in being part of the challenge, ring Bernadette Moloney, Environmental Awareness Officer on 056-7794487 or email your contact details to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com before the 18th of September 2014.
Kilkenny City launches “bin it your way” for 2013. Chewing gum is one of the most difficult wastes to clean from our city streets. It is so easy to dispose of it in the bin or by using a gum pop. why not try it !
Composting and gardening wildlife workshop for all ages is to take place on Saturday the 27th November 11am-1pm at the City Library.
Come along and explore the world of composting. Learn about the different compost systems available to you and choose the system that best suits your needs. The workshop will introduce in detail compost bins, leaf mould and wormeries. For younger composters make your own ‘compost in a bottle’ to take home and watch your organic waste change into a compost for planting your flowers and vegetables.
To encourage wildlife into your garden take home our top ten tips including log piles, nesting boxes and wildlife friendly plants. A sample of live freshwater invertebrates will help you to learn the benefits of garden ponds while our singing garden birds will help you identify your garden birds.
This event is organised in partnership between Kilkenny County Council and Keep Kilkenny Beautiful for EU Waste Reduction Week. we look forward to seeing you there!