Skandi Rogers wrote:The times I have seen people twisting were with half sticks as well which probably makes it easier.
Luke Mitchell wrote:
Very interesting to learn of your stepfather's work and your experience there. I've not had the opportunity to talk to many people who have worked as coppicers - it is mostly old acquaintances of people or others newly picking it up.
Luke Mitchell wrote:For anyone else in my area reading, Coppice Wood College, near Cardigan, is often mentioned in conversation and sounds like a fantastic place. They run courses on coppice management (ash and hazel, I believe) and they only use hand tools (no noisy, polluting chainsaws).
Morfydd St. Clair wrote:I'm sorry to be a bit off-topic, but is there such a thing as half-coppicing?
If you open the box, you will find Heisenberg strangling Shrodenger's cat. And waving this tiny ad:
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