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Beeswax Dyson Dec 14
Works undertaken to protect the roots of the Nine Brethren 🌳 thought to be over 800yrs old.
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Eleanor M Harris Sep 13
It's Friday! Time to play or . This is a two-minute quiz which I hope might provoke creative thought. Have a go - and retweet if you think it's interesting.
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Delamere Forest GC Greens Jan 22
Massive improvement left of the 10th fairway from last year. .
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The Roots Project Jan 25
Traditional techniques such as the copicing, glade creation & mixed age/ structure we're working towards at are vital to native wildlife species:
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Andy Poynter May 25
Good to see effective woodland management that provides an income and good habitat at this afternoon’s visit to Bradfield Woods. ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦ ⁩ ⁩
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Small Woods Jan 24
An article that highlights the importance of active and in order to protect and preserve our precious woodland species that are in rapid decline.
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Whitemoss Eco Feb 27
clearing out brambles, brush and self setters. ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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H Feb 15
Trying to create a 'ride' beside woodland and old hedge by letting the light in. Leaving logs in piles as bug hotels for the season. Looks lovely on this glorious day! The deer and hare particularly love this environment.
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Chilterns AONB Aug 6
🌿Don’t panic, but look at your ash trees - NOW's the time to spot Ash Dieback! Look for signs using our guide here: . For more advice: John Morris @ChilternWoodlands or
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Astley Vineyard Jan 14
Timberrrrr Whenever visits we try to spend as much time in our woodland as possible. Today, we felled a pair of sad looking trees. Great aiming !
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H Mar 7
Mellors on logging duty today so we can get wood under cover and drying for next winter
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Donna Tavernor May 15
Out with woodland owners and the Herefordshire Meadows Group
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Tir Coed May 21
recently held a Welcome to the Woods course in Scolton Woods. All trainees were fully engaged and enjoyed making great three legged stools. Enjoy the photos!
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Peter Robertson Jan 20
Charcoal from available to buy from . Garston Wood supports Purple Emperor, White Admiral, Drab Looper, many other species of butterflies and moths and an amazing array of wildflowers .
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Jemima Letts Sep 15
This really made me think! A thought-provoking quiz which helped show the overlaps between and - a nice bit of creative thinking for a relaxed Sunday morning👌
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Valley Heritage Mar 19
Short video to show the skill and thought that goes into each cut; especially in a site as sensitive as St Nicholas Churchyard with listed graves @revpennyking
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Robert Cleisham Oct 18
Then and now after getting a little bit back. Tree live and grow and although they can add to many golf holes they can also detract and cause detrimental effects to turf.
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idverde_GDT Mar 6
Thanks to the wonderful Conservation Volunteers who today carried out seasonal thinning in the woods and removing invasive bramble in the understory from friends
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Tim Sykes Dec 17
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Pete Etheridge Jun 21
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