Traditional greenwood crafts and skills are still relevant to the modern woodsman or coppice worker, in the management of woodland systems through felling and harvesting, and in the production and utilisation of greenwood products. The skills of greenwood working, of splitting and cleaving, of sustainable usage through coppicing, of charcoal burning, rustic furniture and coracle building, have spanned the centuries.
A sample of Items held in the Woodland crafts category
- Woodland Social Enterprise in Scotland: Data Baseline
- Community Management of Local Authority Woodlands in England
- Woodland Social Enterprise in England: Data Baseline
- Easy guide 038: Rural crafts - wattle hurdle making
- Broadclyst Community Farm
- Hazards from trees: a general guide
- Chiltern Rangers CIC
- 1326: Crafts and rural development
There are currently no subcategories in the Woodland crafts section.
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