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September News | 11th Sep, 2019

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August Newsletter | 06th Aug, 2019

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July Newsletter | 03rd Jul, 2019

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June News | 06th Jun, 2019

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Newsletter May | 06th Jun, 2019

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Newsletter April 2019 | 04th Apr, 2019

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Newsletter January | 14th Jan, 2019

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Newsletter November | 14th Nov, 2018

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Newsletter October | 02nd Oct, 2018

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Newsletter July 2018 | 09th Jul, 2018

July News

  • The House of Wessex: Sylva’s Anglo-Saxon past
  • Tree champion faces a huge task: the Department of the Environment has appointed Sir William Worsley as the new Tree Champion.
  • New advice for monitoring and felling diseased ash
  • Mammals on Roads survey. The People’s’ Trust for Endangered Species (PTES) is running a nationwide survey of mammal sightings along single-carriage roads.

Newsletter May 2018 | 15th May, 2018

Catch up with the latest SWOG news here.

Newsletter April 2018 | 04th Apr, 2018

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Newsletter January 2018 | 05th Jan, 2018

We’re kicking off 2018 with a short, but perfectly formed newsletter, full of useful information and links to woodlands news and events.

Newsletter December 2017 | 04th Dec, 2017

December newsletter

The festive season has arrived again and we wish all our members a very Merry Christmas.

Take a few moments to read the latest news from SWOG, including

  • New woodland creation and PAWS restoration grants for the Midlands
  • Special offers on books for Christmas
  • Discounted workshops and courses around the coutnry
  • First aid tips from Land Based First Aid.

Newsletter November 2017 | 02nd Nov, 2017

November newsletter

What can woodland owners do about soil erosion and depletion?  We look at the launch of the Sustainable Soil Alliance, which provides some ideas.

Rich is building a timber-framed barn using traditional techniques as far as possible, and all from wood he has felled and milled himself. Read his account of how it’s all going.

Finally, there are bargains to be had if you are thinking about a woodland course. Plumpton College is offering 25% off a selection of their short courses and the Woodland Skills Centre offers 10-15% of their autumn offerings.

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