The Sodshow Garden Podcast – every Friday – in iTunes, www.sodshow.com all good podcast stores.
Listen to The Sodcast in MP3 – or – as always you can subscribe or/ and listen to the podcast via iTunes.
I do of course make gardens amazing [no matter the budget]. If you are in need of that extra bit of [green outdoors derived] smile to your day – you can of course contact me on:
- via the contact page on DoneganLandscaping.com
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Links for Shawna Coronado:
- sustainable vegetable garden design
- health care plan promotes modern garden health initiative
- visiting The President of Irelands garden
Links for the podcast
This Weeks Odddities:
This email from Renee Adolph
My back window faces a national forest (USA, Arizona) that was once lush with Ponderosa Pines until the Rodeo-Chediski fire of 2002 transformed it into a prairie…a beautiful prairie. This summer, that landscape is a blanket of small yellow sunflowers. Here’s my question. The flowers are always facing me.(east) (It’s a little unnerving – as though they’re an audience waiting for me to step out on my porch and entertain them!) Seriously though, they are not sun tracking – perhaps they did earlier in the summer; but, now their faces droop perenially to the east. Do you know why?
I like this travel guide to Dublin via my fellow Irish web Award nominees the amazing Irish Fireside
Investigation under way after 5,000 mink freed from farm – by Genevieve Carbery and Stephen Maguire – this link courtesy Mamanpoulet note: Releasing and escaping are two very different things. There are mixed responses over on Boards.ie
Community Recycling Network Ireland are delighted to invite you to…
a one day conference on reuse and social enterprise at Ballymun Civic Centre. Topics on the day will include valuing social enterprise, reuse in practice, reuse in Europe and employment, training and social exclusion. Registrations / RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by 29th September 2010
I’d like to do this….
It takes place in the Community Adult Education Centre, Swansnest Road, Kilbarrack, Dublin 5. The Centre provides a large number of day time courses. Thanks to Gerry McIntyre for this.
- Course: Ancient Places & Sacred Sites [of Ireland]
- Cost: €80.00
- Duration: 10 week course
- Phone: 01-8671845 (ask for Tara)
- website: www.kleared.ie
- Times of this particular couse: Mondays 9.30am to 11.00am
The Howth Penisula Heritage Society Autumn Lectures All lectures take place at 8.00 p.m. in The Howth Angling Centre, West Pier. All are welcome. Non-members of the Society: €4 *my apologies to Dermot and Diarmuid, I lost my emails [long story] and should have included this in last weeks podcast.
- Tues Sept 28 Comóradh 125 years of Gaelic Games in Howth : Diarmuid Ó Cathasaigh
- Tues Oct 26 Aspects of the History of Baldoyle/Howth : Michael Hurley
- Tues Nov 23 Armistice Day in the Irish Free State : Dermot Quinn
How cool is Ireland… this was taken in Killiney