In this issue we travel to Pembrokeshire, a county full of contrasts. An affluent land of the retired, it is the only Welsh county with two conservative MPs but it is also riddled with feisty eco-pioneers. It has led Welsh policy change to make room for sustainable lifestyles in low impact homes and also has the most organic food businesses, local food markets, wholefood shops, wood pellet stoves, green fairs and complementary practitioners. You could go there just to feast your eyes on its beautiful hills and coast but, for the people who live there, there's more to it than that. Sustainable farming projects benefit both local businesses and the natural wildlife, while a careful renovation of property safeguarded a roost of rare bats.