Ancient 'Lud's Church', Staffordshire, England - It is believed that the chasm was considered by early Pagans to be a sacred place, most likely due to the phenomenon that occurs on Midsummer Day, where only on this day does the sun's light penetrate deep into the chasm.
Where Can You Grow an Edible Forest Garden? Anyone with a patch of land can grow a forest garden. They've been created in small urban yards and large parks, on suburban lots, and in small plots of rural farms. The smallest we have seen was a 30 by 50 foot (9 by 15 m) embankment behind an urban housing project, and smaller versions are definitely possible. The largest we have seen spanned 2 acres in a rural research garden.
A 9 day/8 night adventure tour in Costa Rica!! Featuring Nectandra Cloudforest Garden, Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve and Butterfly Garden, a walk on a canopy walkway with views of the active Arenal Volcano, remote Tortuguero National Park with boat trips through the rain forest.
Imagine being alive for a thousand years. Think of the storms, droughts, and brilliant sunny days. Now imagine dying but remaining vertical for another two centuries, with life swirling around you. Then one day you topple over but your body remains visible on the forest floor for many more centuries nourishing your offspring. This is the story of cedar, our totem species.
“ Puzzlewood is an ancient woodland site, near Coleford in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, England. The site, covering 14 acres, shows evidence of open cast iron ore mining dating from the Roman period, and possibly earlier. In 1848 some...
The Parkland Walk Closest station: Finsbury Park Budget: Free entry “The Parkland Walk runs from Finsbury Park, through Crouch End and up to Highgate. It’s an abandoned railway line that’s become a forest. Look out for the adult sized playground apparatus too!” – lucyk6