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Agri Aware's Mobile Farm

1st March – 31st October

Agri Aware’s Mobile Farm is a unique outdoor classroom that is used to educate children and adults via a hands-on learning experience. This year Agri Aware’s Mobile Farm will be visiting schools and festivals around the country. The aim of Agri Aware's Mobile Farm is to educate young and old about the different farm animals on Irish farms and their role in producing quality food that is safe and affordable for consumers. If you want to be part of this fun learning experience call Agri Aware at 01 4601103 or email office@agriaware.ie.

Meet the Farmer in the city, at Family Farm, Dublin Zoo

1st June – 30th September

It’s back! Agri Aware’s Meet the Farmer in the city series this summer returns to Family Farm. Children, and adults alike, will gain an understanding about agriculture and food in Ireland as well as having an exciting and fun day out! The events take place every Saturday and Sunday from June to September in Family Farm, Dublin Zoo. The educational activities are open to all members of the general public, as part of Agri Aware’s 2016 CAP communication campaign, ‘Farm to fork-CAPtured, for over 50 years’. For more information, email office@agriaware.ie.

July Events on Family Farm

1st July – 31st July

In line with Agri Aware's Meet the Farmer in the City initiative, in July there will be a host of activities taking place such as: Blacksmithing, Basket Weaving, Hurley Making and Pottery Demonstrations, Shearing, IGWSD, Beekeeping and a Farm Antiques Display. The educational activities are open to all members of the general public, as part of Agri Aware’s 2016 CAP communication campaign, ‘Farm to fork-CAPtured, for over 50 years’. For more information, email office@agriaware.ie. *Dates are subject to change

August Events on Family Farm

1st August – 31st August

In line with Agri Aware's Meet the Farmer in the City initiative, in August there will be a host of activities taking place such as: Blacksmithing, Basket Weaving and Hurley Making Demonstrations, Beekeeping, Threshing, Hand Shearing and Hay Rope Making aswell as a Farm Antiques Display. The educational activities are open to all members of the general public, as part of Agri Aware’s 2016 CAP communication campaign, ‘Farm to fork-CAPtured, for over 50 years’. For more information, email office@agriaware.ie. *Dates are subject to change