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Identifying Poisonous mushrooms in the woodlands

by WoodlandsTV ~ 16 October, 2014 ~ 4 comments

Forager Fraser Simpson explains the way to identify the ammonite mushrooms – namely the most deadly series in the UK A Claudia Nye Film for Web Music David Munoz A Woodlands TV commission.

Traditional Bows

by WoodlandsTV ~ 3 October, 2014 ~ 10 comments

Here naturalist John Rhyder tells us about the thinking processes behind the design of longbows and flatbows used by different cultures and communities throughout history. John also shows…

The Rewards of Owning a Woodland

by WoodlandsTV ~ 22 September, 2014 ~ 5 comments

George and Jill Smith welcome us into their woodlands as they come to relax and have fun outdoors with their family. They describe the process of buying via Woodlands.co.uk and their learnings…

The Power in the Willows

by WoodlandsTV ~ 16 September, 2014 ~ 2 comments

Hugo Hildyard explains how he’s turned his willow woodland crop into biomass fuel. For more info on renewable energy please visit www.energycrop.co.uk A Claudia Nye FilmforWeb commissioned…

Making a Stile

by WoodlandsTV ~ 10 September, 2014 ~ 5 comments

Monday Group` volunteer member Jim Edwards clearly and carefully takes us through the stages to make a specific stile from unseasoned solid green oak. Founder and Chair of the `Monday Group`…

Foraging for Wild Food

by WoodlandsTV ~ 26 August, 2014 ~ 6 comments

Naturalist John Rhyder takes a walk along the woodland track where he works, identifying different plants along the way and giving us information about their uses, where and when they grow…

Ancient Woodland Flora: the stale seedbed technique

by WoodlandsTV ~ 15 August, 2014 ~ one comment

Lin Hawthorne explains a method to create a diverse ancient flora in an ancient woodland. For more info please visit www.haggewoodstrust.org.uk A Claudia Nye Film for web commissioned by Woodland TV.

A Sawmill at Work

by WoodlandsTV ~ 8 August, 2014 ~ 4 comments

The team at English Woodlands Timber sawmill share their passion for English hardwoods, harvested from sustainable sources. We hear how they track their stocks of oak, ash, chestnut and more…

Tracking Animals from Scat

by WoodlandsTV ~ 22 July, 2014 ~ 3 comments

Being able to identify animal droppings can be vital when tracking animals in the wild. Naturalist John Rhyder shows us his scat collection, explaining how the size, shape, smell, location…

Raising Tomorrow’s Ancient Woodland

by WoodlandsTV ~ 15 July, 2014 ~ 2 comments

Rosalind Forbes Adams embarks on a project to create an ancient woodland from scratch, with the help of botanist Lin Hawthorn. www.haggewoodstrust.org.uk A Claudia Nye film for web www.facebook….

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