Henley standard 2/12/21 Was COP26 a cop out or did it actually achieve anything meaningful? You have to wonder if it did, when the conference was closed by a tearful chairman after the shenanigans over the wording for a reduction in coal use. It also now appears, according to a report by Brazil’s space agency, that the decimation of their rainforest has increased by 22% … Continue reading Farm methane is not as harmful.
Below is a copy of the text that went into my monthly column for the Henley Standard on April 2nd. Under the banner of Farming Matters with the title of the piece ‘Helping rare birds to survive’. The first two paragraphs are excepts from previous blogs, then in summary I try to relate this to our core business which is producing food. As a farm, … Continue reading Farming Matters April
Photo by Blue Matrix It has been a bit on the wet side and we have extensive flooding on our land down by the Thames. The B478, which in more normal times carries 1000’s of cars a day across the Thames at Sonning, has been shut for a week. Not that it stops some idiots still driving through the floods, mind you. The tidal wave … Continue reading Bird Survey and floods.