Re feature about biodegradable plastics on home page. As far as I’m aware the majority of biodegradable plastic is made from genetically modified corn starch. Jane O’Meara spokesperson for the GM-Free Dorset Campaign (a position sponsored by local businesses – office in Belchalwell between Sturminster Newton and Blandford) This message doesn’t need a response.
We (2 friends from germany) are doing a uk-travel from end of may to get in contact with and learn about transition and permaculture. We are interested in communicating about climate change, peak-oil and the transition-movement. We are also looking for friends and some work on the field.
We are still new to transition, but we want to run an initiative in germany, so looking over one’s shoulder and supporting some of your work would be helpful for us.
Greetings, geno and nic
Hi Niclas, thanks for getting in touch. Sadly though our Permaculture Group has gone into abeyance as we no longer have our plot of land. Currently we are mostly concentrating on http://www.dorsetenergized.co.uk/ . However if you want to get in touch with some people in this area who are very much into growing things naturally, then it would be worth trying Goldhill Organic Farm (http://www.goldhillorganicfarm.com/) – they were very involved with our Transition Town Sturminster Newton
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