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Greg Peachey addresses U3A in Watford

September 10, 2008

On Monday 8 September FREdome Visionary Trust founder Greg Peachey gave a presentation on FREdome and its local community project C-green Solutions carbon cycling to an audience of members of the U3A (University of the Third Age) in Watford.

The event was held at the Vue cinema and attracted  an enthusiastic crowd who were all impressed by the progress of the project toward finding a solution to low carbon local food production, and the much wider global aims of the project: reversal of desertification, reduction in C02, climate change and food shortages worldwide.

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  1. Ann Kirkness permalink
    September 10, 2008 1:44 pm

    As a member of the U3A I would just like to thank Greg for his very informative and entertaining talk re: FREdome and the C.Green solutions project. The SW Herts U3A is predominantly people from Watford and St.Albans and I know they now have a better understanding of FREdome and what it is trying to achieve not just on a local level but globally as well.
    A couple of comments I received personally after the presentation were: – ‘What a great presentation – this information needs to get out there’ and secondly ‘why aren’t the powers that be actually backing this orgnisation – keep up the good work’.

  2. September 10, 2008 8:25 pm

    Thank you, Ann. I was very grateful for the opportunity to address U3A. Your group made me very welcome, and I feel you are a force to be reckoned with! So many interests, talents and skills AND the capacity to put them to use. That’s just what this planet needs! Glad to have you on my side.

    Thank you once again for your support, and I hope to see you all again…

    Tale care, Greg

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