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Living Woods is a quarterly magazine for everyone who loves woodland, trees and timber. So whether you dream of owning your own woodland, want to learn new and exciting woodland skills and activities or simply want to enjoy the therapy of quiet, green woodworking, Living Woods Magazine will show you the way.

The magazine was founded in 2008 by Nick Gibbs to provide a community journal for those who, like him, love woodlands and the outdoor life. In the following years it flourished and has proved a universally loved hub for woodland folks around the world.

Living Woods magazine all issues, green wood woodworking, conservation, education, woodland care

Nick Gibbs has also started a new magazine, all about working wood by hand! You can read more about it here: Quercus Magazine

In this issue, you will read about:

  • coppicing and pollarding
  • cordless chainsaws
  • carving puppets with green wood
  • solutions for illegal logging
  • roundwood homes
  • spoon carving
  • community woodlands
  • welding woodworking tools
  • chainsaw mills
  • making bellows
  • how to cut boards from roundwood
  • and a lot more!

  • spoon carving, wattle fence making, roundwood homes


    living woods magazine: 37th issue
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    Harvesting Rainwater for your Homestead in 9 Days or Less by Renee Dang
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