Walling fencing and footpaths
The rural landscape and its local agricultural boundaries is shaped and delineated by the man-made construction of traditional stone walls, retaining walls, dry stone culverts, laid hedges, footpaths and stalking paths. The maintenance and construction of many such rural boundaries and thoroughfares involves use of a range of traditional crafts, for repairs and for new builds.
A sample of Items held in the Walling fencing and footpaths category
- Easy guide 038: Rural crafts - wattle hurdle making
- 1326: Crafts and rural development
- Cleft Timber Products
- Drying of firewood
There are currently no subcategories in the Walling fencing and footpaths section.
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