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In the Woods - Essential Nature Walk

We had a lovely morning exploring Bucks Valley Woods, slowing down, becoming quiet, and enjoying the peace and tranquillity of trees. We absorbed the quiet sounds of the breeze high in the canopy, the trickling water of the stream below… and the myriad fascinating forms of nature that we found along our way. 285 more words


The importance of wild flower meadows

Did you know that every parish in the UK once possessed a wildflower meadow? These grassland environments were once integral to our landscape, acting as nurseries for all manner of useful wildlife from the tiniest of bacteria to larger land mammals who regarded them as well stocked hunting larders. 1,313 more words

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Princess Royal opens woodland marking First World War centenary

Surrey County Council Chairman Sally Marks was among dignitaries who welcomed The Princess Royal to the opening of woodland created to mark the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War. 137 more words

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Family Festival at Tring Park - Sunday 5th July 2015

If you fancy a day out at a different Woodland Trust site, why not head over to Tring Park on Sunday 5th July for a family festival?   87 more words


The Devon Bryophyte Group go to Fingle Woods

On Saturday the Devon Bryophyte Group visited Fingle Woods to help the National Trust and the Woodland Trust assemble a moss and liverwort species list for the site. 220 more words

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Woodland Trust trustees visit Fingle Woods

The Trustees of the Woodland Trust visited Dartmoor on Wednesday evening and Thursday morning to visit Fingle Woods. I was invited to meet them and show them around with Dave Rickwood so we could discuss how the partnership between the two organisations was working (very well!) and show them some of the works on the ground. 230 more words

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Cutting the Carbon Footprint – Sawmilling at Fingle Woods

A mobile sawmill has been set up at Fingle Woods to demonstrate how local logs can be processed into accurately sawn timber sections. In days gone by there was a sawmill operating at Clifford Shed and this new development has shown the potential for how local businesses could again source timber, cut to their specifications, straight from the woodland gate. 274 more words

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