Reforesting Scotland Journal 60

Autumn/winter issue 2019: Appropriate Technology



Ninian Stuart: Loving the land in turbulent times
Richard Thompson: Natural forest reserves
Judy Wilkinson & Emily Chappell: Urban hutting
Ivor Davies: Teaching timber
Dan Ridley-Ellis: Adding value through timber grading
Alternative toilets
Steffi Shaffler: Horse logging
Fi Martynoga: Dalefoot composts
Rob Brodie: Scything

Letters page
Woodland report: Croft Woodland conference
Artists in Wool: Grace Banks
Food from the forest: Crab apples
Book reviews
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Reforesting Scotland journal Issue 60


    1000 Huts is a project of the charity Reforesting Scotland, which works to restore and support sustainable communities in a well-forested land.


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