Monthly Archives: May 2014

Boris is bonkers when it comes to woods & trees

 Boris is bonkers when it comes to woods & trees Old Chinese proverb – ‘It is better to be silent and thought a fool than to open your mouth and remove all possible doubt’ According to the Daily Telegraph, Boris … Continue reading

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Deer in the Peak District and the Urban Fringe

Very relevant to discussions on wilding and ‘re-wilding’  is the spread of deer into and around the Peak District moors. Ian-D.-Rotherham-Martin-J.-Derbyshire.-Deer-in-the-Peak-District-and-its-urban-fringe.-British-Wildlife-23.4.-April-2012.-pp-256-264 (1) The latest information on this fascinating story of deer rapidly colonising the Peak but also now extending down … Continue reading

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Extracts from our new book War & Peat

For extracts – two chapters from our new book War & Peat – based on last year’s conference, see the attached link. War & Peat conference book 2014 extracts For more details of the book please see either Amazon.co.uk http://www.amazon.co.uk/War-Peat-Rotherham-Christine-Handley/dp/190409855X/ref=sr_1_11?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1399015380&sr=1-11&keywords=Ian+D.+Rotherham Or Wildtrack … Continue reading

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The Call of the Wild

Attached is an article on issues of ecology, nature conservation, re-wilding (or wilding), and landscapes past, present and future. Call of the Wild Ian Rotherham (1), Enjoy! Oh, and come to the events this May (Wilder By Design Part 1) and … Continue reading

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