What is CANW about?
Promoting coppicing in our woodlands
Conserving woodlands and encouraging appropriate management
Providing mutual support, information, advice and training
Giving a voice to all involved in coppice woodland management
Coppice products & courses: hazel hurdles, spoon & sign carving. Nature connection and awareness days. Childrens WoodPlaydays. Schoolprojects: Outdoor benches, storytelling chairs, living willow structures.
Charcoal, besoms, tables, benches, chairs, stools, whistles, door wedges, paper knives, cord pulls, walking sticks, flowers, sculptures & carving, 'treen'. Commissions undertaken. Items are on sale at Brantwood.
I work with willow, hazel, making structures, baskets: teaching school/community groups. I do commissions - in situ hurdles, living structures, large sculptures. Large biomass available, for yurts/ fencing.
REMEMBER! Subscriptions are due on 1 January annually. Click here for information about joining.
Traditional Earthburn - a method for making charcoal.
With thanks to Brian Crawley for organising this and writing about it, and of course to Jim Miller for all his hard work.
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