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artful eco workings that cycle through: Close-to-Nature continuous cover forestry, experimental film-making, the eco-humanities field (deep ecology, ecocriticism, ecosophy, ecofeminism), writing & forest policy development; by cathy fitzgerald, visual culture, ncad, ireland

redwoodpresenting work at Bournemouth arts gallery Feb 14Largest trees harvested in Jan 2013Jan Hollywood 2013Jan Hollywood 2013timber from one tree
collecting our timberJan Hollywood 2013alder thinningsSean and Conor prepare for thinning and planting workJan Hollywood 2013aerial networks

January 2013, a set on Flickr.

we have been continuing to work on the forest post its thinning. I’ve started work, investigation of young ash for my experimental film work, gave a talk recently about my work at Bournemouth Arts University and we are still dealing with gathering up a lot of timber. It was also great to introduce some new tree species to the wood too.

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