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  • ryborgryborg268
    Just actually accessed the pfaf website...so the blagdon site was sold (to between a nature reserve - i hope the nu ownership/managment look after the
    Message 1 of 4 , Apr 8, 2009
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      Just actually accessed the pfaf
      website...so the blagdon site
      was sold (to between a nature
      reserve - i hope the nu
      ownership/managment look
      after the useful/edibles on the
      site.) i guess pfaf doesnt really
      want to take on another site
      then! I Couldnt get the nu
      website to work, from the
      mobile phone anyway. What is
      happening at the cornwall site
      these days by the way? Jim ---
      In pfaf@yahoogroups.com,
      "ryborgryborg268" <
      cromlech108@...> wrote:
      >
      > Ok! So whats happening to
      the
      > cornwall site now? I recal the

      > blagdon site was being sold
      by
      > previous ownership and then
      > was purchased by pfaf group
      > (fortunatly). It there any cash
      > debt existing from this deal?
      > Whats happening to blagdon
      > pfaf project now? Is there still
      a
      > a 'friends of pfaf' group?
      What
      > about a newsletter? Any
      future
      > plans? --- In pfaf
      > @yahoogroups.com, Rich
      Morris
      > <mailinglists@> wrote:
      > >
      > > ryborgryborg268 wrote:
      > > >
      > > >
      > > > Hi. I'm drawing up a will
      > that
      > > > benefits pfaf. This is
      some
      > land
      > > > with trees on in sussex,
      uk
      > and
      > > > dosh. However, i
      understand
      > > > that pfaf has scismed into
      2
      > > > groups. Which then is the
      > 'real'
      > > > pfaf?! How can i/we do
      this
      > in
      > > > practical terms? Advice
      pls.
      > > > Blessings.
      > > >
      > > I'll pass your message onto
      > the trustees.
      > >
      > > The schism has dissipated.
      > When we were running two
      > different sites
      > > there was a lot of politics
      > between the site. This are
      much
      > more unified
      > > now, with a single piece of
      > land and a whole new board
      of
      > trustees.
      > >
      > > Rich
      > >
      > >
      > >
      > > --
      > > Plants for a Future: 7000
      > useful plants
      > > Web: http://
      www.pfaf.org/
      > > Post: 1 Lerryn View, Lerryn,

      > Lostwithiel, Cornwall, PL22
      0QJ
      > > Tel: 01208 872 963
      > > Email: webweaver@
      > > PFAF electronic mailing list
      > http://groups.yahoo.com/
      > group/pfaf
      > >
      >
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