Being guided through the cherry collection at Brogdale last week felt like being transported into an Eden of colours, shapes and tastes.
I visited Brogdale, home to the British National Fruit Collection, ‘one of the largest fruit collections in the world’1, on 3 and 4 July.
My personal contribution to the Europan 14 urban project for Aurillac, my home town in France.
I am going to represent the French association LES CROQUEURS de pommes® at the international exhibition of local fruit varieties EUROPOM 2017 that will take place in the Czech Republic in October.
I am now a board member of the French non-profit organisation LES CROQUEURS de pommes®. The association is aimed at promoting biodiversity through the identification and protection of regional fruit varieties, carried out in collaboration with various organisations in Europe.
A reflection on Youth and sustainable development, nature’s circular economy and the durability of a few children’s dreams made come true, two weeks after ANEDD 2017, the 11th ‘Assises Nationales Etudiantes pour le Développement Durable’ held in Toulouse.
For this 100th post, I am pleased to announce a new web address and a ‘News’ rubric. An opportunity to provide a brief history of the blog.