OK, so you find it difficult to leave that chair in front of the
computer, or you're nowhere near Yorkshire and have no intention
of coming here. Here's a couple of ideas for you.
>>We have some phone numbers, faxes and e-mails for several
of Scotts management. Pester
them so they can't work any more. Talk to them about peat if you
want, or pretend you're selling them double glazing, say you're
the police and their house is on fire, whatever.Design calling cards
with their telephone numbers on and leave them around in phoneboxes.
Send black paper stuck end to end so it makes a loop to their fax
machine so they run out of ink. Subscribe them to e-mail mailing
lists, book clubs, and so on.
>>If you're the sort of person who likes lobbying organisations
then do that. But please pass on to us anything you find out - which
local authorities or large landowners are peat free - what garden
centres say about stopping selling peat - which commercial growers
use Scotts products or other peat products - which companies supply
services or subcontract to Scotts - what is going on with other
peat workings and sites with permission for peat working around