We always knew it, now here’s the proof!
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Letter from a forest garden: how Graham Bell grows a tonne of food, literally, in his garden.
Woodland crofts: Jamie McIntyre on how local intensive management can bring additional benefits, which may be difficult to achieve under conventional management models.
Making small work: Community treeCycle and Scottish Wood.
Firewood: small woodland management and comparisons between Scotland and Wales.
The story of the Scottish woodlot licence.
Community Woodland: the only full member of the Community Woodland Association not located in Scotland, Hill Holt Wood has never failed to make a profit, however small, in its 12 years of trading.
Free-range learning at Falkland.
Artists in Wood: Simon Colley creates wooden wonders from spoons to stage sets.
Project Report: StarTree – cork, nuts and resin: Portugal’s long view of non-wood forest products.
Beasts of the Forest: in keeping with this issue’s celebration of the small, Strathspey ant specialist Hayley Wiswell looks at the vital role of the wood ant.
Scotland’s orchards: Crispin Hayes reports on the creation of a National Orchard Inventory for Scotland.
Last Word: Robin McAlpine on Common Weal – creating an alternative politics.
… plus news, book reviews and more.