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Links to other woodland sites

Association of Pole Lathe Turners at their Bodgers website have lists of demonstrators, events and courses. There is also an interesting section showing how to make your own pole lathe and other Bodger's bits.

Coppice Products exists as an interface between coppice workers and those who wish to buy their wares. Our link goes directly to their interesting glossary of products

Forest Stewardship Council enables you to buy forest products of all kinds with confidence that you are not contributing to global forest destruction. FSC certified forests are managed to ensure long term timber supplies while protecting the environment and the lives of forest-dependent peoples.

Museum of English Rural Life shows, using old photos of craftsmen at work, how rural industries made products like besom brooms, barrel hoops and tent pegs. MERL is located at the University of Reading and houses the most comprehensive national collection of objects, books and archives relating to the history of food, farming and the countryside. The exhibitions are open from Tuesday to Saturday and admission is free.

Northmoor Trust is based in South Oxfordshire and manages an estate of 300 hectares, including Little Wittenham Nature Reserve, a conservation farm and a new woodland dedicated to forestry research. The Trust promotes conservation through exemplary land management, education and land science.

Wild About Britain is home to hundreds of thousands of pages about British wildlife, the Environment and the Great Outdoors; from birds, butterflies, fungi and trees to climate change, marine life, astronomy and the weather.

Woodsmiths Store has a range of specialised tools for working greenwood, charcoal kilns, books on greenwood crafts and even a few DVDs

These links are provided as a source of information. We do not endorse products from commercial sites unless we have first hand experience of them, in which case we will specifically state our opinion.

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