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Issue 46 Winter 2017

Sit back and read our ideas for winter work Winter Time – Ben Law on the busy season at Prickly Nut Wood Bare bud tree ID Time of Renewal – Rod Waterfield offers woodland winter management advice Forest bathing –

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Issue 45 Autumn 2017

Forage through the pages of the autumn Living Woods Magazine for some autumnal gems Can you plant a woodland? Professor Julian Evans tells us how Planting for immortality – the Heart of England Forest Putting your woodland on the map

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Issue 44 Summer 2017

Summer is upon us. Enjoy the long, light days. And let us know what you think. Read the whole issue here. Contents Your Own Woodland: The Adventure Begins View Through the Trees By new owner Julia Goodfellow-Smith The Owners Speak

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Issue 43 Spring 2017

Celebrate spring with the Building Issue – read it all here We look at construction of all sorts, from woodland shelters to canoes. There’s an interview with the volunteer arborist rescue team, DART who bring relief to disaster-hit communities around

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Issue 41 Autumn 2016

Contents – read the magazine here Tree Charter Brookhouse Wood by Will St Clair Forest school – Angus Hanton explores a growing phenomenon Making Wood Work – John Waller’s life as a woodsman Upward Mobility – woodland careers APF Career

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Issue 40 Summer 2016

Contents – read the magazine here Heavy Horse Make Light Work Road Kill Cuisine – Rose Prince on collecting and cooking a plentiful harvest Babes in the Wood – Welsh pigs are part of the forestry plan at Esgair Timber

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Issue 39 Spring 2015

Contents – read the magazine here Norwegian Woodsman – Lars Mytting telles Nancy Wood about tools, wood and life Why you should give your child an axe (and how to do it safely) Capital Cuts – rescuing London’s fallen trees

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