National Cultivate Week

Join our weeklong celebration of farming

National Cultivate Week
Join our weeklong celebration of farming
National Cultivate Week
Join our weeklong celebration of farming
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What is National Cultivate Week?

National Cultivate Week is a celebration of the credit unions’ commitment to the farming community, taking place from 8th to 14th April 2024.

The week will bring credit unions and their community members together nationwide to celebrate farmers and the contribution they make to our local economies and the agricultural sector.

Join our National Cultivate Week Webinar

Join us for our webinar ‘Cultivate Conversations: Farming in 2024’ on April 11th

Join us for our Cultivate Conversations: Farming in 2024 webinar for a chat with special guests from farming and agriculture on Thursday 11th April at 8pm. Speakers include:

  • Adam Woods, Deputy Editor Irish Farmers Journal
  • Karina Pierce, Professor of Dairy Production UCD
  • Philip O’Connor, Head of Farm Support, ifac
  • Joe Healy, Cultivate Chairman & former IFA President

Watch our webinar on https://cultivate-cu.ie/ or live streamed through the Cultivate Facebook page.

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