So you need a poo and there is nowhere to go what do you do? Find out below...
Last summer I was commissioned to make a film for a care farm that was being developed in Northern Ireland. One of the projects being made was a compost toilet. The farm now has pigs and chickens all being farmed organically and with the potential for people with health problems to benefit from being there. I know I had a great time and met some wonderful people. We all worked really hard and in the evenings we went to one of those Irish theme pubs they have over there. Sweet!
If you want to view the film in a higher resolution go to Youtube www.youtube.com/watch?v=37svfHC6sWg or type in helenofnorwich
Welcome to the "official"blog of Transition Norwich, part of the world-wide Transition movement, a community-led response to peak oil , climate change and the economic recession.
Our TN blog is designed to showcase the Transition experience, from those who are living it - its highs and lows, challenges and treasures. We began this community enterprise in October 2009, inspired by the work of the Transition Circles, and have been charting our low-carbon lives almost daily since then. In June 2012 the group of contributors began to post more occasionally (about once or twice a week). We also cross-post work from other Transition initiatives.
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