Monthly Archives: October 2014

A little explanation

To explain the photographs that I posted last week in a rush of enthusiasm . On the area where the spiralling wool was laid there had been no vegetation growing at all. It was on this patch that, on midsummer morning … Continue reading

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Answering the question “is it working?”

I have deliberately stayed away form Pen Trumau these last few months. Prolonged dry weather can present a really depressing image of the peat scar. However last Friday Graham Cowden and I went up to see how our midsummer planting with volunteers … Continue reading

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