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Tag Archives: Burren
Re-wilding: how do we recreate feral soils?
Having successfully helped my mum pack her house into an articulated lorry, and bring her down here to Dorset yesterday, I have to admit to being a bit knackered. However I’m looking forward to buying a copy of George Monbiot’s … Continue reading
Posted in biodiversity, Forestry, Forestry Commission, George Monbiot, rewilding, soils, Uncategorized Tagged British Isles, Burren, Connemara, County Sligo, George Monbiot, Newsnight, Republic of Ireland, rewilding, Soil 5 Comments
Back again – briefly
After a fantastic trip to the Burren in the west of Ireland last week, and a quiet bank holiday weekend, I am now heading off again to help my mum move from London to Dorset. It’ll be a huge upheaval … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Burren, Dorset, England, Ireland, London, Recreation, Travel and Tourism 1 Comment