Archive for November, 2008

Woodland Archaeology by David Brown | 25th Nov, 2008

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A few years back this bloke bought a small wood just outside Heathfield. He knew nothing about looking after a wood – he hadn’t really thought this through, but he decided it could be good fun, so he bought it. A few years and a storm later he noticed there were a number of rather odd flat areas dotted around the wood, and wondered if people had been quarrying there or something. Then he found some pieces of rock in the stream which looked as though they had been in some sort of furnace because they looked as though they’d been molten once.

(this pond is in a quarry in a wood)

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Why I love working in a wood – by Nick Lear | 22nd Nov, 2008

How do you explain why you like golf or running marathons? You can’t. Not to someone who doesn’t get it. But working in a wood – now that’s a different matter altogether. As I filled the wheelbarrow this morning, I began to think of all the reasons I love it so.

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Heather and Rod's wood | 17th Nov, 2008

Mike and I enjoyed a walk around Heather and Rod’s wood last Sunday. What a wonderful and varied woodland they have!

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SWOG meeting and bats | 14th Nov, 2008

The SWOG meeting on the 8th November was a great success. We had about 50 members attend and were especially pleased to have Phil Tidey and Judy Walker from the Small Woods Association join us.

Patrick Roper gave us a fascinating presentation on coppice and conservation which will soon be available on line. David King from Batbox brought in some bats and gave an excellent introducion to bats and their habitat.

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Making a charcoal kiln, by Sean | 11th Nov, 2008

Give me that hacksaw, I’m gonna make some charcoal!

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