Two week Survey in Bermuda

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Two week survey in Bermuda completed with many good outcomes.

Late summer 2015. Presentations were made by Richard Higgins of Sustainable Agriculture London to Pecha Kucha who reach 700 cities. There were 180 present at this meeting at St. George’s Royal Artillery Society. Presentation to 28 invited people at Spirit House, Hamilton, was very well received the talk was intended to be for 45 minutes to one hour. The talk went on for 2 hours. Presentation to Botanical Gardens was made also with similar results. Many farmers and growers were visited and all had the same problems. Soil depletion at an alarming rate. We saw that some fields that were planted had between one quarter and one third seed failure rate. There are no official organic farms on the islands. Most items are sold at four times the price of those in the UK.,

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