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The Wall: A Day In The Life of The Cotswold Waller

by WoodlandsTV ~ 16 April, 2021 ~ comments welcome

People have been building dry stone walls for thousands of years and there are an estimated 120,000 miles of dry stone walls in Britain, many of them derelict. Bo Bark decided to give up her office job and train as a ‘waller’ and devote her time to rebuilding her local dry stone walls. This film is about Bo and her life as The Cotswold Waller.

A film for WoodlandsTV by Mallimak Media, www.mallimak.co.uk

Tree Poems: Sweet Chestnut

by WoodlandsTV ~ 6 April, 2021 ~ 2 comments

The final in our six part film and poetry exploration into Trees, this film looks at Sweet Chesnut. Trees speak to each other using networks underground. With poems written by Lalah-Simone Springer, in these films we give trees a voice as they ponder their own existence though a human lens. #sweetchestnut #poetry​​ #woods​

A film for WoodlandsTV by Sava Films

Tree Poems: Sycamore

by WoodlandsTV ~ 2 April, 2021 ~ comments welcome

A six part film and poetry exploration into Trees, this film looks at Sycamore. Trees speak to each other using networks underground. With poems written by Lalah-Simone Springer, in these films we give trees a voice as they ponder their own existence though a human lens. #sycamore​ #poetry​ #film

A film for WoodlandsTV by Sava Films

Tree Poems: Downy Birch

by WoodlandsTV ~ 1 April, 2021 ~ comments welcome

A six part film and poetry exploration into Trees, this film looks at Downy Birch. Trees speak to each other using networks underground. With poems written by Lalah-Simone Springer, in these films we give trees a voice as they ponder their own existence though a human lens. #Downybirch #poetry # film

A film for WoodlandsTV by Sava Films

Tree Poems: Douglas Fir

by WoodlandsTV ~ 31 March, 2021 ~ one comment

A six part film and poetry exploration into Trees, this film looks at Douglas Fir.
Trees speak to each other using networks underground. With poems written by Lalah-Simone Springer, in these films we give trees a voice as they ponder their own existence though a human lens. #DouglasFir #Poem #Woodland

A film for WoodlandsTV by Sava Films

Tree Poems: Willow

by WoodlandsTV ~ 30 March, 2021 ~ comments welcome

A six part film and poetry exploration into Trees, this film looks at Willow.
Trees speak to each other using networks underground. With poems written by Lalah-Simone Springer, in these films we give trees a voice as they ponder their own existence though a human lens.

A film for WoodlandsTV by Sava Films

Tree Poems: Beech

by WoodlandsTV ~ 29 March, 2021 ~ comments welcome

A six part film and poetry exploration into Trees, this film looks at Beech.

Trees speak to each other using networks underground. With poems written by Lalah-Simone Springer, in these films we give trees a voice as they ponder their own existence though a human lens.

A film for WoodlandsTV by Sava Films

Foraging Wild Garlic To Make Campfire Calzones

by WoodlandsTV ~ 26 March, 2021 ~ comments welcome

In this film WoodlandsTV joins up with We Be Kids to learn how to make a simple wild garlic calzone on the campfire, fun and delicious for both adults and kids! Spring is here which means wild garlic is sprouting up all around the woodlands, There are sop many wonderful foods that can be made from wild garlic, like wild garlic pesto and wild garlic calzones, which are shown here. Danny forages for the wild garlic then shows us how to make a pizza base with just a few ingredients. This is quick and easy, a great snack when camping in the woods with the family. #Wildgarlic #forage #campfire

A film made for WoodlandsTV by We Be Kids

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMExwihaoLo9VO5hmegYnhA

Planting Trees for Life

by WoodlandsTV ~ 19 March, 2021 ~ comments welcome

If you’ve ever wondered what goes into the planning and planting of a woodland, David and Allan are sure to have the answer for you.

Foresters for their entire careers, they work closely together to plant and manage woodlands. Picking the species of trees to plant and knowing what type of land you’re planting on is only part of the planning process. Young saplings often need several years of care to protect them from threats like deer or rabbits eating them - or even other forest floor plants competing for light - and it’s important to ensure that ties and guards placed around them to help them grow are removed at the right time.

Thanks to both David and Allan for showing us round and explaining their work.

#PlantingTrees #Plantingwoodland #Trees

The Winter Swimmers

by WoodlandsTV ~ 5 March, 2021 ~ comments welcome

In this film WoodlandsTV meets Louise and Abi who swim in a woodland river in winter. These two friends explain how this activity improves their lives; they offer tips on how to swim in cold water and share their infectious joy of wild winter swimming. #Wildswimming #winterswimming #woodlands

A Mallimak Media film for WoodlandsTV. www.mallimak.co.uk.

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