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Renewable Roots

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 ChangeThis ten part series, which kicks off our new monthly newsletter, Renewable Roots, is…

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Great Holland Smock Mill, near Clacton, featured in 14/06/21 newsletter
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