The National Geographic and Trstan Da Cunha

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About a year and a half ago I wrote to BBC Farming today
about composting on this remote Atlantic Island as they were having a problem with pets and diseases in their agriculture. I got the address of the local Govt. and offered to go there to train them and operate the system. (Never heard a Dickey bird) I seriously don’t think they believe what we are saying…..
Now the National Geographic are talking about a project on climate Change.
TRISTAN DA CUNHA REALLY IS ONE OF THE KEY GLOBAL HOTSPOTS OF LIFE—THERE IS A MOST WONDERFUL SENSE OF THE POWER OF NATURE IN THIS PERFECTLY BALANCED ECOSYSTEM.
Paul Rose
Expedition Leader
NOT IF THEY ARE USING CHEMICAL FERTILISERS AND PESTICIDES IN THEIR AGRICULTURE.
Richard Higgins
Expedition Leader
P.S. I am writing to the National Geographic

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