Horticulture northern ireland
Horticulture northern ireland
I am currently looking at the possibility of obtaining funding for a small hobby farm and wondered if you had any advice.
I am currently living in the west of Ireland in a village that has a small community garden. The garden is open to the public and everything is there for you to pick free. There are 2 members of a council that are involved and they can be contacted through the community centre.
The community garden is small, just over 5 acres. It is planted with much of the plants that can be grown here. There is a well, a small well house and a water tank. The community garden has a community centre which contains a kitchen and various meeting facilities.
In the next couple of years there will be the start of a community project developing a community house on the site, which will be made available to the residents. This will include a community kitchen, laundry rooms, shower facilities, play areas, etc. It will also have these facilities available for the use of non residents.
The community garden also has a small playground area. It has a small pond and a wooden bridge that you can sit on. There is also a small shed and a wooden pavilion where you can sit in the sun.
As I am looking at this project it would be great if I could have some advice on where I need to start off. I would like to get to a point where I could make a spare income from the plot and then be able to employ other people.
Would the community garden be a good starting point for me or should I move to the other end of the country?
Hi, Paul, thanks for the reply. I will contact the people you mentioned and see what they think.
I would like to start off, as you say on the community garden. I think that this is the best way to start. At the moment I am not sure how to go about getting any work from this garden.
When I was contacted about this project it was explained that the council would like to make this garden available for the community to use and would like the community projects to use it at the start of the project.
At the moment I don't think that the community garden is a good starting point for me as I don't have any way of making a profit from my hobby farm. I don't know how to get any grants and I have no experience in the field of community gardening.
It would be great if I could get some advice on how I could use this community garden for my hobby farm and what to do to start work on the project.
I am also considering starting off with a small plot of land as the area that I am thinking about is about the same size as the community garden.
The advantage of starting off with a plot of land is that I have the advantage of the skills that I already have. The problem with this is that I do not have a plot of land at the moment and I am not sure how I can get one.
Would it be a good idea to use part of a community garden to start off with and then move on to a plot of land after I have got to know the community and have it working for me. This would be a good idea I think so that the people in the community would support me in my hobby farm.
I am not sure if this is the right place to ask this question but here it goes.
I live in the northern part of Ireland and have bought a farm with a small garden. I have been growing vegetables for a couple of years now and have a very small plot. I do not make a profit from this and only sell to the local shops. I have also a 5 acre plot next to my house and have been growing crops on it for a number of years.
I have been trying to make more money from this plot, but it is just not enough. I am looking at getting grants from the local council, but am not sure how to go about this. The reason for this is that I do not know how to grow various crops that would be suitable for food production. As I said, my plot is only 5 acres and because it is in a small village I do not have any help to help me with this. I also have to make sure that I am not harming the virgin of the land.
I did not mention any prices as I am not sure if the prices are available on this site.
I am looking at this website as I think it will be helpful to me. I do not want to sound like a beggar, but as I said, I do not make a profit from my plot. I know that it is not good to ask for help, but I would like to find somewhere that I can get some help with my vegetable production.
I have heard about a scheme called LEAP, but reading some of the comments on this website, I am not sure if this is the one I am looking for.
I have just posted my question. I have been reading all the comments and think that I have found something that I can use.
I have been growing vegetables on a small plot for a couple of years now. The plot that I have been using is about 5 acres in size. I have been selling my vegetables to the local shops and I have been trying to make more money by growing other crops.
The problem is that I don't know anything about crops or how to grow them. I have been looking at the LEAP scheme and think that this may be the way that I should try.
I have been growing a variety of vegetables, but I am not sure if the ones that I have been growing are suitable for LEAP. I have also been growing herbs, but I don't think that this would be suitable.
I was looking at some of the comments on this website and from what I can understand, LEAP is more about the growing and the preparing of food. I was wondering if the people on this website could tell me about good crops to grow and what preparation I need to do to the crops to