Preparing Firewood

By woodlandstv

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Richard Hare, experienced woodland manager and craftsman, shares his top tips for preparing firewood: sawing the logs in a Buckingham woodstation and ensuring the stack is properly ventilated; how to safely use the splitting maul and efficiently cut kindling. Rich also shows us the benefits of a rocket stove - that all-important outdoor kettle. http://keeperscoppicing.co.uk/ An Adliberate film http://www.adliberate.co.uk for WoodlandsTV http://www.woodlands.co.uk/tv

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Spot on Michael. I do hope he's taken your advice on board.

Oŕson Cart

May 4, 2019

That's the problem with YouTube. So called experts giving advice.
The survival /bushcraft channels are awash with them.

Oŕson Cart

May 4, 2019

Interesting as me and my friends use an old cast iron firebox for cooking and heat at medieval shows but its long enough that you can put proper logs into it which is handy if youre just cutting the with an axe like I do as saws were extremely uncommon back then.

Ajax Telamonian

November 8, 2019

Yeah, I had a huge fungus grow out of my arse after chopping wood once.

Agrarian Revolution

January 2, 2020