Archive for June, 2009

Who has been eating MY tree? by Rich and Penny | 30th Jun, 2009

So we’ve been under attack, our lovely willow which was coming back so beautifully after the coppicing has been decimated.

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Biodiversity newsletter | 29th Jun, 2009

Here is the latest Carmarthenshire newsletter. Inside you will find information on the Yellowhammer, day flying moths,  and dippers. A good read!

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Hiring a coppice worker | 23rd Jun, 2009

Hiring someone else to work in your woodland is a tricky task. Do you pay them to coppice and they take the wood? Do they pay you for standing timber? Who is responsible for the brash, tracks, regrowth? We don’t yet have answers to these questions, but here is an example contract from the Surrey Sussex Coppice group. Something to start with…

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Elderflower recipes – by Marylin | 21st Jun, 2009

Elderflower cordial

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Flora locale practical conservation and biodiversity workshops in July | 19th Jun, 2009

There are some really interesting courses coming up all over the place, take a look…

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Woodfest Wales | 17th Jun, 2009

We had a brilliant couple of days at the woodfair in North Wales in June.

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Woodland toilets- by Peter and Angela | 14th Jun, 2009

A topic close to every woodland owners’ heart.

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News: Chainsaw course and butterfly survey | 12th Jun, 2009

I have been sent some information on chainsaw courses and a butterfly survey in Wales.

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Track repair, by Gary | 10th Jun, 2009

I managed to rope a few unsuspecting friends into coming for some ‘free camping’ ahem…

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June 2009 Newsletter | 09th Jun, 2009

For those who don’t get it by email, here is the June newsletter.

Effictive and really good and can’t wait to have more. Generic levitra without prescription. You can buy branded and generic medicines.

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Bird boxes – by Dave | 04th Jun, 2009

Here’s a picture of my first box made from the stihl website made from freshly cut beech.

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Alaskan saw mill by Adrian | 03rd Jun, 2009

As an entry level mill, I think the Alaskan saw mill is brilliant.

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Woodgas stove by Mike | 01st Jun, 2009

We recently bought a fancy new woodgas camp stove. It’s brilliant!

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