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 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:

Renewable Roots, Issue #1, November 2023

Renewable Roots, Issue #2, January 2023

Renewable Roots, Issue #3, February 2023