Issue 43 Spring 2017

Celebrate spring with the Building Issue

  • 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 the world
  • We launch the new Woodlands Awards, which celebrate best practice in woodland culture.

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Issue 42 Winter 2016

Contents

  • Tree Health Survey
  • Brookhouse Wood by Will St Clair
  • Ancient Woodland
  • Marriage Contract
  • The Extraordinary Tree
  • Ban the Screen
  • Business Opportunity
  • Sharing Traditions
  • Now the Trees Can Speak
  • Woodland Gifts for Under the Tree
  • Old Saws and Two Wise Men
  • Review: Rotatech Chainsaw Chains
  • Got It Covered
  • Review: Samurai C-330-LH and GC-330-LH Saws
  • Packing Heat
  • Review: Silky Fox Forester 3000
  • Book Review: Diego Bernasconi reviews The Wood Book
  • Letter
  • Woodnote: Ode to the Saw
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Issue 41 Autumn 2016

Contents

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Issue 40 Summer 2016

Contents

  • 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
  • Dealing with Deer
  • An Awfully Big Woodland Adventure – Will St Clair follows Mike Abbott to a new living in Brookhouse Wood
  • Starting a new wood fair (it’s easy)
  • Goldengrove Unleaving – ivy blight
  • Dangerous Dads=Muddy Kids and Positive Parents
  • Woodland Retreats
  • Fighting for our Forests
  • Room for all on the Rotherfield Bench
  • The Sound of Axes
  • Metamorphic Ticks and Lyme Disease
  • Review: Truncator 4Fold
  • Book Review: A Home in the Wilderness

 

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Issue 39 Spring 2015

Contents

  • 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
  • New life in the heart of the forest – reviving Tortworth Arboretum
  • Flood Plans – Natural Flood Risk Management gains ground
  • After the deluge – what’s next for your flooded woodland
  • Glorious trees – photographer Tim Graham has a passion
  • Chainsaw Care Checklist
  • Leafy Shoots – shooting a music video in your woodland
  • From log to modulog
  • Book Review: Norwegian Wood
  • Home Alone – Nick Gibbs report from Le Shack

 

 

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