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Greenmount Students Visit National Botanic Gardens in Dublin



Horticulture Foundation Degree student Mary Doris (Ardboe) and Alison Seymour, Horticulture Lecturer from CAFRE met Leigh Morris, the new President of The Institute of Horticulture at the Bord Bia Annual College Lecture in Dublin recently after he had given an inspirational lecture entitled 'Horticulture is Cool'. The purpose of the lecture was to illustrate what diverse, dynamic and interesting career horticulture can offer young people both here and throughout the world.


Horticulture Foundation Degree student Margaret Connolly (Newtownabbey) discussing exciting careers in horticulture with Leigh Morris, the new President of The Institute of Horticulture at the Bord Bia Annual College Lecture in Dublin recently after he had given an inspirational lecture entitled 'Horticulture is Cool'. The purpose of the lecture was to illustrate what diverse, dynamic and interesting career horticulture can offer young people both here and throughout the world.

Horticulture Foundation Degree students Nathan McArdle (Portadown) and Sam Steele (Ballymena) making notes on the family plant beds in the National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevinin Dublin during a recent visit. During the tour they attended the Bord Bia Annual College lecture to hear an inspirational presentation by Leigh Morris, the new President of The Institute of Horticulture. His talk was entitled 'Horticulture is Cool'. The purpose of the lecture was to illustrate what a diverse, dynamic and interesting career horticulture can offer young people both here and throughout the world.

Source: CAFRE -  Greenmount Students Visit National Botanic Gardens in Dublin