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Making Charcoal ~ by WoodlandsTV

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Matthew Lloyd from Survival School Bristol guides us through the process of making charcoal in an octagonal shaped kiln. He talks about the history of this traditional process and even tells us the origin of the one legged stool - a tool designed by charcoal burners to stop them from falling asleep whilst watching over the fire.

A film for woodlands.co.uk by Rose Dunster and Emily George

Posted in: Traditional Skills, Wood as Fuel ~ On: 10 January, 2020

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2 comments so far

Roger Scott Cathey
January 10, 2020

nice. volume a little low.

ArbitraryLifestyle
January 30, 2020

yea, right up until THAT MUSIC AT THE END!!!!!

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