Making bio diesel dick strawbridge

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To date there have been three series. Series one followed Strawbridge, his wife Brigit, son James, and daughter Charlotte as they moved into Newhouse Farm, a year-old listed building in Tywardreath , Cornwall, from Malvern, Worcestershire. The series documented the family's attempts to convert the building and garden into a comfortable yet entirely ecologically friendly place to live. Dick Strawbridge said "I don't want to wear a hemp shirt and hairy knickers, I want a 21st-century lifestyle with a coffee machine". In the first series they received advice from permaculture expert Patrick Whitefield and green auditor Donnachadh McCarthy.

Sustainability Course, Cornwall

'It's Not Easy Being Green' will follow Dick Strawbridge and his son, | Speakers Corner

Through a mixture of theory, farm tours and demonstrations, An Introduction to Sustainable Living covers renewable energy, permaculture, DIY biodiesel and rearing animals on a small plot. Scribbling on a flip chart, Dick hurtled through the basics of creating power, and then showed us how to add up our energy usage before revealing the hidden factors that boost electricity bills. We piled our plates high with home-smoked cheese, bread and a warming stew in readiness for our afternoon tour of the farm. Before we got on to the fun stuff, Dick introduced us to one of the most important gadgets in a sustainable life: a wireless energy monitor.

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Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. Are you ready to save on fuel bills, grow your own and reduce your carbon footprint by taking the self-sufficiency plunge? In this book, Dick and James Strawbridge demonstrate how it is possible to live a 21st century lifestyle but produce little or no waste, as well as reducing our dependence upon fossil fuels.
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