Stock Wood – An Ancient, Oak Woodland Through the Seasons



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Feral – George Monbiot


Ginny Battson explores George Monbiots talk at the Festival of Ideas about rewilding and his new book Feral… elephants on the Epynt…

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Biodiversity offsetting permits previously rejected housing development


Tyneside wildlife areas threatened by new development – biodiversity offsetting undermining local communities?

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UBUSUNA – Exploring Life with Japan’s Forests


film-making project to travel around Japan visiting, recording life in rural communities living in close proximity with the mountains & forests

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Looking Out for the rare Dwarf Birch


What can we do to look out for the endangered, rare Dwarf Birch? by conservation biologist James Borrell

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Save Farm Terrace Allotments!

09.01.2013 with public forests, allotments are ‘green spaces’ that are proven to work for both public well being and biodiversity. We must protect our cultural landscape heritage and protect what few allotments we have…

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Site Specific Land Management Planning


Pip Howard outlines the vital importance, ecologically, socially and economically, of listening to the landscape and listening to communities when planning land use/management, by using the ancient and down right logical principle of ‘site specifics’.

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Harmony, A New Way of Looking at Our World. A film and book by Prince Charles, Tony Juniper and Ian Skelly


Si Jakeman shares with us his thoughts on the new film and book, Harmony, from His Royal Highness Prince Charles, Tony Juniper and Ian Skelly.

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Manifesto for a working landscape by Eddie Procter


Landscapists of the world, unite and take over!

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