Fantastic morning with the local Hayle Penwith University of the Third Age this week, talking about permaculture, forest gardening, cleaning with vinegar, preserving food, and being blooming bee-friendly (watch this space for news of the Bee Safari Day plans we have with Hayle in Bloom and Brigit Strawbridge!). Loads of enthusiasm and loads of expertise from a room full of energetically minded U3Aers..who knew there were so many secret permaculturists? Great to be invited to give a talk and I'll be back with a shedload of bamboo from the land here to help everyone make bee hotels. Hayle will soon be Blooming Bee Friendly.:) And then a great meeting with local food producers, looking at how we can sell our local fruit and vegetables to local people even more than we do now; my splendid mashua plant is sprutting energetically (lots of interest at the U3A talk and a group wanting to order their own!); 95 tomato seeds planted and being carefully warmed inside in 100% home made compost until the sun starts to make it safe outside; AND we have just started making our first of a new batch of bee hives...looks utterly brilliant thanks to my very dextrous other half...:)...it's all go at PermanentlyBrilliant...
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