This post is unashamedly personal for which I would normally apologise. However, I think that this group deserves every bit of publicity it can get, so even a post on a very minor blog with a dedicated but small blogging community such as this is worth writing. Last night I was invited to attend theContinue reading “Bristol University Conservation Group wins Award”
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Livestock Management: the solution to preventing desertification?
Allan Savory directs some strong words towards the scientific community in this short lecture. He raises some highly important issues and one in particular that is relevant to a theme I am trying to raise awareness of through this blog: never discount an option for the sake of it. We must sometimes think outside theContinue reading “Livestock Management: the solution to preventing desertification?”
Countryfile comes to Bristol
Otters in the harbourside and one of the rarest plants in the country were two things that I learnt from this episode which is based in my home city of Bristol. http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b01r2pcp/Countryfile_Bristol/ Also a fantastic report about pig welfare standards in Europe, something that I think I shall be looking further into over the comingContinue reading “Countryfile comes to Bristol”