This is the beginning of a new series that explores the link between milling, renewable energy and climate change.
We can condense this idea into the following sentence:
Understanding Our Milling Heritage
Encourages Local Initiatives
In modern Renewable Energy
Which impact Global Climate Change
This ten part series, which kicks off our new monthly newsletter, Renewable Roots, is designed to help our current audience (and potentially new readers) understand another way the history of milling is relevant today – in light of climate change.
Each newsletter will focus on a topic to do with milling, renewable energy and/or climate change, while also highlighting a local initiative in sustainability that has some connection with mills or milling history.
Individual issues are available for download below: