A rewarding day for school children. Glad to be invited back at Withnell Fold School, Iris used the red squirrel as the theme for this day in the school's Eco Week. She told the whole school the story of how Sam looked for a tree to build his new drey or home in. In the woodland the oldest children used pine branches to make dreys and lined them with leaves and mosses that they could find, so that Sam would have a snug home. Children from years 1 & 2 created woodland animal finger puppets and used them to tell their woodland stories. The youngest children used beautiful colours to paint on leaves, and the year 3 & 4 children used the computer to find interesting facts about red and grey squirrels.
Harnessing the power of trees to help you relax, get back in touch with nature and improve your well being. Let me share a woodland and their trees with you and I'll show you how.
Wood pastures are gorgeous but complex habitats. We can help you let your wood pasture work for you in a sustainable way.
But... upland wood pastures are not easy to recognise. Woodland Inspirations with its partners have developed a method to do this, but it needs further testing. So if you live in the uplands and have a wood pasture, we'll need your help.
Geltsdale in Cumbria is the best example I've found so far of an upland wood pasture. It particularly shows the association of alder and rowan very well as it has all stages of 'air' or 'bird' tree development.
Have a look at what is happening in Woodland Inspirations' tree world.