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A quick catchup with 2013/2014 alumnus Jonathan Dale

Where are you from, when did you do the ECE and what did you most enjoy about it?

I am British and studied for the ECE course in 2013-14. 231 more words

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Another useful invention

Go Local Food is the proud owner of another no cost invention to help in the work that needs doing.

Ian, our grower, has been raiding spare materials in order to create a large sieve next to the compost heap. 97 more words

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A lost long barrow rediscovered?

In a previous post, I described an initial survey which aimed to look for a lost long barrow near Sopley.  The barrow was apparently bulldozed by American troops in WW2 to make way for Winkton airfield.   360 more words

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Meet Fred

Fred is the black feline rodent operative who really resides with Halls of Heddon next to the Go Local Food fields.

However, Fred is often to be seen hunting over our fields. 50 more words

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Oral traditions [part 2]: P. D. Curtin and the field research.

When I first heard about Ghettoization, one of P. D. Curtin’s controversial articles, I became so obsessed with his writings. Despite this, you might encounter anything concerning his works in this blog. 2,036 more words

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Tales from the Trenches - Mystery Soil Stains & an Unexpected Discovery

Archaeology isn’t quite like they show it in the movies or on Time Team. Of course, we all wish we could just walk into an area, feel the wind, and know exactly where a site is but unfortunately it doesn’t work like that (and we usually have more than 3 days if excavations are happening too)! 1,160 more words

King County swimming beach monitoring starts up – data and alerts available weekly

Summer is on the way (fingers crossed warm weather comes to stay sooner rather than later) and King County has begun its seasonal monitoring of freshwater swimming beaches to ensure they are safe for recreation. 256 more words

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