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Collaborative Projects

Sustainable Projects Ireland (SPI)
Cultivate work together with SPI to facilitate, coordinate and host  educational group visits in the Ecovillage in Cloughjordan.

ARC2020 is an independent NGO focused on communicating agroecology and better agri-food and rural policy options at EU and national levels. ARC2020 collaborates with cultivate on events such as the annual Feeding Ourselves conference in Cloughjordan. Cultivate staff also work with ARC2020 to help with communications and outreach.

Cultivate is a partner in the following EU funded projects:

Discover the link between your soil, satellites and climate science! If you live in one of our 9 GROW Places across Europe you could receive a free soil moisture sensor that will equip you with useful data about your soil. You can read more about the purpose of collecting this data for our Changing Climate mission at

COST Action
From Sharing to Caring: Examining Socio-Technical Aspects of the Collaborative Economy.
The main objective of this action is to develop a European network of actors focusing on the development of collaborative economy models and platforms and on social and technological implications of the collaborative economy through a practice focused approach.


Green Works Programme Nov 2010 - June 2011

Green Works was a collaborative project (run from Nov 2010 through June 2011) of: Cultivate, NICER Training, Syspro, Woodrow Sustainable Solutions and Glas Learning. This nationwide educational programme offered free courses to jobseekers, with a focus on upskilling the workforce for the growing opportunities within Ireland's Green Economy. As part of Green Works students availed of a large variety of themed courses, FETAC certificates, workshops, work placements, lectures, networking and much more.  Legacy information here.

Green Works was a collaboration among:

Read more: Green Works Programme Nov 2010 - June 2011

Sustainable Tourism Ireland

sustainable tourism Sustainable Tourism Ireland is an association dedicated to make tourism and conservation compatible, in order to contribute real benefits to the local economy and environment.

It operates as a network of several exciting and unique destinations and projects across Ireland that follow a code of sustainability.

Tourists can share an innovative and collaborative approach to travelling that will create an unforgettable experience.


Éasca - The Environmental and Sustainable Construction Association

Éasca, the Environmental and Sustainable Construction Association, launched in 2006 to support, accredit and promote sustainable construction in Ireland. Éasca's primary role is to act as an information service and to guide people towards companies who can contribute to delivering high and positive standards of sustainable construction and design. Éasca is based at Cultivate where you can drop in for information.

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