A new bloom for Renasian Agriculture?
It seems that Renasian agriculture is moving ahead into an unusual but highly practical domain: mycology. With efforts in both Gishabrun and Renasian Proper to culture and grow mushrooms (in Gishabrun Pleurotaceae family, in Renasia Proper the Strophariaceae family), it seems that the possibility of a Renasian agricultural set up (which might look very different to those of other nations) is becoming very real.
It has been speculated we might soon see liquid cultures, cultivation boxes and similar mycogardens springing up across the nation. These developments, it is hoped, will bring forth knowledge which might later be applied to hydroponics, brewing, microbiological culturing and other interesting avenues of research. These, of course, are promising indicators of progress which will help bolster the economy and the expertise of citizens.
Meritocratic Register Act in works:
The Renasian hybrid system of democracy and meritocracy moves into the final stages of formalisation. In the next few weeks, the law which outlines how the meritocratic rating system is to be run will be drawn up an passed, ultimately determining how the Meritarch and Vice-Meritarch are to be picked for the general population.
This is thus one of the final pieces of the system, laid into place. More on this as it develops.
Tabula Rasa Passes, nation begins rebuild:
In the wake of the passing of the Tabula Rasa Act, a law which effectively unilaterally terminated all treaties with outsides states and nations, Renasia now is beginning to branch back out.
Re-establishing key diplomatic links with long-time allies like Sandus and St. Charlie, developing new ties with Sirocco and other nations, perhaps even the establishment of trade links within the UK to places like the USLSSR. Above all, this new system of diplomacy is to be rigidly archived and monitor, possibly with the creation of a foreign office.
Soon expect a new series of interviews asking the critical questions about Renasia’s development and future. Look for the title Interrogating…