Irreplaceable Woodlands. Some practical steps to restoring our wildlife heritage

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Irreplaceable Woodlands. Some practical steps to restoring our wildlife heritage Author: Format: Paperback First Published: Published By: Papadakis Pages: 240 Illustrations and other contents: full colour throughout, includes photographs ISBN: 9781906506537 Category:

This is a practical manual to managing woodland. It includes a Foreword written by HRH Prince Charles. It comes from conservation expert Charles Flower, author of highly acclaimed Where Have all the Flowers Gone? Charles Flower is passionate about restoring the countryside.

This book is not only a beautiful record of the ancient woodlands that, thanks to good management, have continued to thrive, it also constitutes a practical manual and provides inspiration for those working to preserve our existing ancient woodlands and those managing recently planted woods and planting the trees that will constitute our future woodland heritage.

Weight1.12 kg

Author Biography

Charles Flower is a consultant working with individuals, farmers and landowners as well as parishes and other groups to safeguard wild flowers and increase plant and animal diversity. He manages his own 25 acre hazel copse. His first book Where Have all the Flowers Gone? (9781901092820) was published to great acclaim in 2008.