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We are trying to formalize an informal group of farmers/permies who live around Castelo Branco city.
For those interested in coming to the region, contact us  
https://permaculturacastelobranco.com/
https://www.facebook.com/PermaculturaCasteloBranco/
 
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hello again , might seem an odd question ----another one -----is it possible to view or ask your local council or development board what the area of castelo blanco has in the way of a 5 year development action plan --i ask as the situation over here in ireland, since we have been bailed out by the german banks has led to a lot of anti rural policies and planning being adopted by councils on top of some very unpopular eu policies in regards to privatising utilities --water ---electric ---forestry and so on , this all has an add on  effect onto planning laws and planning zones. So one might buy in a seemingly pristine part of the country and some years later look out over an industry of wind turbines ---or as you have experienced ---the total disregard to natural forestry --resulting in 2017 fires and loss of life and enviromental damage ---most of which i am ashamed to say --was hardly reported on here at the time and only very lightly too---without going into the politics of all this ---which i feel in general is conducted above our heads to suit big money concerns .
 
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All councils in Portugal change their development plan every 10years, só you can check what the plan Will bê during 10years.
 
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thanks ,, sounds far more reasonable than here, not that you can change their plans ---just that you can get more of a heads up,and be prepared for what might be heading your way
 
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been viewing the 2 links you posted up, lots of good work shown , hands on and from the very begining --from the ground up---congratulations
 
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