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A seasonal offering from the Living Woods back catalogue: Bob Ashington’s instructions on how to make a rustic Rudolph from 2009.

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The 2018  Clean Air Strategy is a key part of the government’s 25 Year Environment Plan and it tackles vehicle emissions, agricultural ammonia emissions and harmful domestic fuels.  To quote from the press release, ‘Of particular concern is burning wood …

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Hillyfield Woodland Farm in Devon, situated within Dartmoor National Park, is an outstanding example of successful small woodland management in action.

Red squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris) in autumnal boreal forest. Nord-Trondelag, Norway, September.

Woodland owners and managers rarely have a good word to say about grey squirrels, but it’s a different matter for native red squirrels. Trees for Life has launched an appeal to raise £22,000 to ensure a better future for red …

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The Sylva Foundation has published the British Woodlands Survey 2017 report, an extensive and comprehensive survey of woodland owners and managers. Sylva explored what is important to woodland owners, how and why they manage their woods, how they rate the support …

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From March 2018 Living Woods Magazine will be available free to download from our website. Existing subscribers will be subscribed freely and automatically to the online magazine and we hope you will continue to enjoy the unique mix of woodland …

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