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Recreating a Wood Culture: Wood For the Trees part 5

The extent to which we will improve our woodlands, and create new areas of planting in the future will largely depend on society’s view of woodlands. In part 5 of Wood For The Trees, I talked with Gabriel Hemery, forest… Continue Reading →

Wood For The Trees 3: On Resilient Woodlands

I’m making a series of videos, exploring hopes and fears for the future of our forests. In the second film I talked with Dougal Driver, of Grown in Britain, about why we manage woodlands. This February, we filmed at the beautiful Dartington… Continue Reading →

Reflecting on ‘Wood for the trees’ film 2

Filmed on 11 Jan 2020 So, that’s another day’s filming done in our series about the future of British forests, and today we’ve been talking about woodland management, what it is and why it’s important. I’ve been lucky enough today… Continue Reading →

The Resurgence Of British Hardwood – Closing The Sustainability Loop

As a nation we have become overly reliant on imported hardwoods to the detriment of not only the UK hardwood industry, but also our own native woodlands. There is a long held belief amongst architects and designers that the UK… Continue Reading →

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