Category Archive: Projects

Assignment #2

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For this assignment, we completed the call out for books from the Walking Library for Forest Walks.

Assignment #1

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Assignment #1: Say what you see This is the first assignment for The View from my Window, the project about creative research that we’re doing remotely whilst we cannot see each other in… Continue reading

The View From My Window: join in!

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How to join in with our current project!

Visit to Light Night

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Inspired at Nottingham Light Night On Friday the youth landscapers team visited the Nottingham Light Night. We saw lots of different light installations all of which where amazing. We went to the light night… Continue reading

Jelly Ear, Purple Deceiver, Milk Cap and Birch Polypore …

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… a few of the fungi we discovered on a nature walk with Min – a retired biology teacher and member of the Heart of the Forest Wildlife Recorders – she helped us… Continue reading

Visiting The Bee Farmer

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Yesterday, we visited David, the Bee Farmer at his depot in Appleby Magna to record a report for our next podcast. He showed us some of his hives, let us taste some honey… Continue reading

Listening to the Land #2 TIMBER!

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  The second of our seasonal podcasts is now available! This time recorded live from Timber. This international festival is on our doorstep and celebrates forests, music, art and ideas. Join the Youth Landscaper… Continue reading

Timber 2019!

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We set up camp this at year’s Timber Forest Festival at Feanedock, to record an episode live from the site as well as presenting work from our past projects. Over the weekend, we… Continue reading

Listening to the Land!

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Late last year, we took all our previous projects and thought about what we liked the best about them, mixed it all up and decided that in 2019, we’d make a podcast. And… Continue reading

Heartwood in the Forest

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We went to a wood demonstration today and met up with Kevin and Graham from Heartwood Community Wood Fuel Group. We interviewed them to find out information about what they do, for our… Continue reading