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  • Margaret bALL
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    Message 1 of 4 , Apr 27, 2002
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      --- Richard Morris <webmaster@...> wrote:
      > Rob et al,
      > > Thanks for the report of the planning event.
      > > When you say "we need to train 500 people by
      > October", is this to
      > > raise funds? What sort of training is on offer - I
      > couldn't find any
      > > training info on the website (I'd like to come to
      > the Woodland
      > > Gardening and Nutrition courses mentioned in your
      > mail though).
      >
      > The 500 people is connected with a grant
      > application. Last year
      > we got a �25,000 grant from the Devon and West
      > Somerset Key Fund.
      > This allowed us to buy a lot of tools, equipment and
      > materials to
      > allow us to start training people. The grant also
      > went a long way
      > towards paying for the construction of a new
      > entrance to the site
      > which has to be meet highways agency standards and
      > has to be done
      > by an official contractor, a snip at five grand!
      >
      > As with all grants there are conditions to be met,
      > the big one
      > being that we have to "train" 500 people and have
      > 200 volunteers
      > by November. Training is interpreted quite loosely,
      > if we show
      > someone how to plant a tree that is considered to be
      > training.
      > Quite a bit of "training" happened at the Shaping
      > the Future
      > event: including polyhedral dome construction, tool
      > maintenance,
      > shower construction, gardening, wildlife
      > identification, tree
      > planting, water self-sufficiency, tree planting etc.
      > etc.
      > If we get you through the door we'll get you
      > trained!
      >
      > Rich
      >
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      > http://www.comp.leeds.ac.uk/pfaf/
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      >


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