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Fran Sherbourne
Horticulturist, unceasing interest in ways to capture CO2, rewilding, fixing soil structure & what I can do to help the planet & its wildlife recover 🐞🌱🐝🌳
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Fran Sherbourne Nov 16
Replying to @EldersAction
I got some solace from this video, thank you
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Fran Sherbourne Nov 16
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Fran Sherbourne Nov 16
Replying to @ClimateHuman
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Peter Kalmus Nov 16
This ad may not be getting traction, but it is my anthem and I had to put it out into the world.
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Fran Sherbourne Nov 16
Replying to @Saralimback @The_RHS
Oh no! this really is very bad
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Fran Sherbourne Nov 16
Thank you, this is helpful. We were going for the Monty Don method but may change our mind.
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Fran Sherbourne Nov 16
Genuinely interested, I’m not in anyway poo pooing this, we’re about to do it in my park but not sure our way will work if we have to do all this. We will never be allowed because of the access.
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Fran Sherbourne Nov 16
Right but if you trash the grass/soil/scarify and introduce birdsfoot trefoil? Would that negate the need to use of all this machinery? Or is it done this way for quickness?
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Fran Sherbourne Nov 15
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Fran Sherbourne Nov 15
Woah this is nuts
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Fran Sherbourne Nov 15
Replying to @DeborahMeaden
I never knew! What the hell is wrong with folk
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Fran Sherbourne Nov 15
Oh the what is your point?
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Fran Sherbourne Nov 15
I didn’t know this either and until yesterday, I had no clue that peat was sold for animal bedding. I despair
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Fran Sherbourne Nov 15
I think it’s safe to say all climate activists around the world are on the same page. Hopefully our leaders will get on the same page too.
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Fran Sherbourne Nov 15
Oh and in these places they no longer have clean water to drink, it’s caused total chaos.
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Fran Sherbourne Nov 15
I didn’t realise in Asia that peat is burned to grow palm oil. It’s caused so much destruction and killed more than 100,000 people due to smoke inhalation. Women cannot freely make their rattan rugs and baskets, they can’t use the trees for homes. I never knew until today.
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Fran Sherbourne Nov 15
Why go through all this to grow seeds for butterflies? Why is it necessary please? Can you not just sow seeds anyway? I’m completely oblivious obviously 🙄 thanks in advance
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Fran Sherbourne Nov 15
Replying to @MrGeorgeClarke
Yes I agree, this is just not good enough. And it’s a very noncommittal statement. I’d like to see a breakdown of what this means with a list of what types of jobs? What is it he’s going to look after exactly? And how? And how much each will cost?
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Giles Paley-Phillips Nov 14
This Donkey is loving life
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Fran Sherbourne Nov 15
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