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Agri Aware releases educational video on Collaborations and Producer Organisations

Agri Aware releases educational video on Collaborations and Producer Organisations, as part of its CAP after 2013 video series for farmers and the general public

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CAP competition winners

CAP competition winners receive their iPads

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Agri Aware releases educational video on GLAS

Agri Aware releases educational video on GLAS as part of its CAP after 2013 video series for farmers and the general public

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CAP after 2013 video series launched

Agri Aware launches its CAP after 2013 video series for farmers and the general public, with a visit to an organic turkey, beef and tillage farm

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Buy Irish Christmas radio ad competition

Buy Irish Christmas radio ad competition

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Christmas Radio Campaign 2015

On Monday, December 7, Agri Aware launched their Christmas radio campaign. Running for the next two weeks, they will be encouraging everyone to Buy Irish this Christmas and support farmers and the Agri-food industry.

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Put your thinking CAP on at the Tullamore Show!

The Minister for Agriculture, Food, the Marine and Defence Simon Coveney launched Agri Aware’s campaign to communicate the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) to the general public and farmers at the Tullamore Show on Sunday, 9 August 2015.

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Put your thinking CAP on at the movies!

Agri Aware’s CAP telestration advertisement will run in cinemas across Ireland-North and South from Friday, 31 July 2015 for four weeks.

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Meet the Young Farmer in the city!

Visitors to Family Farm, Dublin Zoo this summer will be able to learn all about Irish farming and food production via Agri Aware's resident 'Young Farmers'. Meath native, Ronan Smith, and Shauna Conlon from Westmeath, have taken up duty at Family Farm, developed by Agri Aware and Dublin Zoo

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‘Be Agri Aware and celebrate Irish agriculture!’ Agri Aware celebrates Irish agriculture at Family Farm, developed by Agri Aware and Dublin Zoo

gri Aware, the independent Irish agri-food educational body, is celebrating Irish agriculture and communicating the importance of the Common Agricultural Policy in delivering quality, safe and traceable food at an affordable price, whilst caring for the waterways, landscape and the environment. On Sunday (28 June) Agri Aware and it’s patrons engaged with thousands of visitors to Family Farm, developed by Agri Aware and Dublin Zoo.

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