Green ~ Coppicing and land management

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it was faster to put this together than it was to pick up the materials: two 8' landscaping timbers, two 10' 2x4s, and a third concrete block in the middle for support. great idea, and it looks good, too.

Firewood Rack Using No Tools

it was faster to put this together than it was to pick up the materials: two 8' landscaping timbers, two 10' 2x4s, and a third concrete block in the middle for support. great idea, and it looks good, too.

Oh wow!  Living willow tunnel... I would love one of these in the backyard, or at a natural park!?

Oh wow! Living willow tunnel... I would love one of these in the backyard, or at a natural park!?

Diy Fence Ideas And Garden Decoration

Diy Fence Ideas And Garden Decoration

Did you know that you can tap your backyard black walnut trees to make delicious syrup? Learn how we tap the trees on our homestead, and boil it down for syrup. | Homestead Honey

How to Tap Black Walnut Trees for Syrup

Did you know that you can tap your backyard black walnut trees to make delicious syrup? Learn how we tap the trees on our homestead, and boil it down for syrup. | Homestead Honey

Pleached/Woven Living Fence - use for livestock and can coppice/pollard for fodder, mulch, fire wood or crafts. (this would be grown on mounds adjacent to raised drystone path - keep walking off mounds)

Pleached/Woven Living Fence - use for livestock and can coppice/pollard for fodder, mulch, fire wood or crafts. (this would be grown on mounds adjacent to raised drystone path - keep walking off mounds)

My French Forest: How to make a Firewood Cutting Frame

My French Forest: How to make a Firewood Cutting Frame

A good article on coppicing and pollarding: two methods of wood pruning that allows us to continually harvest wood from the same trees while keeping them healthy for centuries. They produce a sustainable supply of timber for many generations while enhancing the natural state for wildlife and native plants.

A good article on coppicing and pollarding: two methods of wood pruning that allows us to continually harvest wood from the same trees while keeping them healthy for centuries. They produce a sustainable supply of timber for many generations while enhancing the natural state for wildlife and native plants.

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