Facebook WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter NewsDogs Trust announce inaugural Dogs TrustivalBy Meghann Scully – July 17, 2019 245 Dogs Trust will help find your perfect match this Valentine’s Day Failure to control horses will lead to loss of life Linkedin Gardaí to remove wandering horses from roadside TAGSanimal welfareanimalsdogsDogs TrustDogs TrustivalKeeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick Post Dogs Trust launches ‘Nicer to Neuter’ campaign in a bid to help reduce unwanted puppies in Ireland Advertisement Another side to the story of Limerick’s urban horses Email Previous articleSinead O’Connor for Feile ‘19Next articleA successful trip to Limerick for the South African Tag Rugby Team Meghann Scully Print No Repro fee: Andrea Hayes, Holly Carpenter and Maia Dunphy at the launch of Dogs Trustival, a festival themed family event which takes place in Dogs Trust, Finglas on the 18th of August. Andrea Hayes will be MC for the event along with Celebrity judges Maia Dunphy and Holly Carpenter. 17/07/2019 Photograph: Fran VealeDogs Trust rehoming centre have announced that they are holding the inaugural Dogs Trustival.The event is to celebrate the charity being in Ireland for a decade now and will be held in their rehoming centre in Finglas, Dublin on Sunday August 18th.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up It’s a family friendly event that you can take your dogs along to with loads of entertainment on the day from training displays, doggie retail exhibitions and food trucks.Andrea Hayes at the launch of Dogs Trustival, a festival themed family event which takes place in Dogs Trust, Finglas on the 18th of August. Andrea Hayes will be MC for the event along with Celebrity judges Maia Dunphy and Holly Carpenter. 17/07/2019 Photograph: Fran VealeThere will also be a children’s “Education Corner” with face-painting, Canine Agony Aunts, a “Pup Up” photo booth with Pawtrait, as well as a “Museum of Modern Bark”.TV presenter Andrew Hayes will be host on the day and some top Irish music acts such as Hudson Taylor and SARLOOS will be playing acoustic sets on the day.Speaking about Dogs Trustival, Suzie Carley, Executive Director of Dogs Trust said: “Dogs Trust began its work in Ireland in 2005 and we opened the doors to our state-of-the-art Rehoming Centre in 2009.Holly Carpenter at the launch of Dogs Trustival, a festival themed family event which takes place in Dogs Trust, Finglas on the 18th of August. Andrea Hayes will be MC for the event along with Celebrity judges Maia Dunphy and Holly Carpenter. 17/07/2019 Photograph: Fran Veale“Over the last decade we have worked tirelessly to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome as many dogs as possible across Ireland. Since our work began, we have rehomed over 17,000 Irish dogs.“To celebrate this monumental milestone, we wanted to create a special fun-filled event for our amazing supporters and all dog-lovers, showcasing the amazing work that we have achieved together and honouring all the beautiful lives we have changed for the better (dog and human) over the last ten years,” she added.Family tickets only €35 and dogs go free! Tickets are limited so please go to www.dogstrust.ie/dogstrustival A Dog is not just for Christmas but sadly for some it is
On a cool, foggy morning in February, students and volunteers work together to tend the UGArden medicinal herb garden. While it’s grown over the last seven years, the garden is just a few rows of a field at the edge of the University of Georgia’s student-run farm, UGArden. But it’s become an integral part of UGArden and a refuge for students who want to learn more about the benefits of medicinal plants and escape from the stresses of class and work.The garden is run by herbalist Noelle Fuller, who received her bachelor’s degree in nutrition science and her master’s degree in horticulture, both from UGA.The garden serves as a growing and harvesting location for many herbal remedies and teas that are sold on the property and at the UGA Tate Student Center marketplace. Proceeds go back to UGArden, which is meant to be a teaching tool and a retreat from the stress of school for students.In December, UGArden launched a line of herbal teas ranging from Immuni-Tea, which supports the immune system, to Nourished Heart Tea, with calming and soothing properties. Besides tea, UGArden students and volunteers use the garden’s herbs to produce herbal salve, lavender oil and lavender herbal soap.As a graduate student, Fuller joined her love of nutrition and horticulture by studying holy basil, an herb known to have stress-reducing properties.Fuller’s scientific approach to herbalism gives her insights that she’s eager to share with her interns and volunteers, many of whom are learning about herbs for the first time.“Really why we’re here is for education and empowerment,” Fuller said.While sales help to support the garden’s expenses, the volunteers who tend to the garden every week really keep it going.Each week, Fuller and four herb garden interns work in the garden from 8-11 a.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Zoe Sabatini, a 20-year-old undergraduate psychology student, joined UGArden as a volunteer and found out about the herb garden internship, which piqued her interest.“It’s so nice to have time during the day,” Sabatini said. “Even though you’re doing work, it’s so calming and freeing.”This time of year, Fuller and her interns propagate new plants by cutting pieces from existing plants in the ground and putting them in water to create new plants.They’ll sell the baby plants at the herb garden’s spring plant sale this spring, where the public can learn more about medicinal gardening and purchase some of their own medicinal plants.Fuller’s team also makes videos of the work they do in the garden to post to their YouTube channel in an attempt to keep the public engaged and involved in their program.Ultimately, she sees her job as empowering people — her interns and others — to take care of themselves by incorporating medicinal herbs into their lives.“It’s great to have hands-on education, so to me, that’s why I’m here and that’s why I love what I do,” Fuller said.For more information about the program and sales of the garden’s products, visit ugarden.uga.edu/medicinal-teas/. Follow UGArden on Facebook to stay updated about events, like the medicinal garden’s spring plant sale. Follow Noelle on YouTube at www.youtube.com/channel/UC0rufIE89uMT6r_2fyjIKMQ to see her videos of working in the herb garden.To learn more about herbs and how to cultivate them, UGArden offers workshops where you can get hands-on experience. Visit squareup.com/store/ugarden to learn more.
For all the Latest Sports News News, ICC World Cup News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: The 21st match of ICC World Cup 2019 to feature South Africa and Afghanistan facing each other at the Sophia Gardens in Cardiff. Both the teams are at the bottom of the points table where the Proteas has played four matches and lost three and Afghanistan has also lost all of their games.On one hand, South Africa has lost all their games and their fourth match of the tournament was washed out in rain garnering them one point.On the other hand, Afghanistan, despite giving tough competition to its competitors lost all their matches and is at the bottom of the table.We have been providing you the perfect combination of Fantasy players per match in the World Cup 2019 since day one, and again we have listed down Dream11 Players list for the #RSAvsAFG gameWicket-Keepers – Quinton de Kock (C)Batsmen – Najibullah Zadran, Rahmat Shah, David Miller, Faf du Plessis (VC), Aiden MarkramAll-Rounders – Mohammed Nabi, Gulbadin NaibBowlers – Rashid Khan, Imran Tahir, Lungi Ngidi