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A good article on coppicing and pollarding: two methods of wood pruning that allows us to continually harvest wood from the same trees while keeping them healthy for centuries. They produce a sustainable supply of timber for many generations while enhancing the natural state for wildlife and native plants.

A good article on coppicing and pollarding: two methods of wood pruning that allows us to continually harvest wood from the same trees while keeping them healthy for centuries. They produce a sustainable supply of timber for many generations while enhancing the natural state for wildlife and native plants.

Coppicing and pollarding are two methods of wood pruning that allows us to continually harvest wood from the same trees while keeping them healthy for centuries. They produce a sustainable supply of timber for many generations while enhancing the natural state for wildlife and native plants.

Coppicing and pollarding are two methods of wood pruning that allows us to continually harvest wood from the same trees while keeping them healthy for centuries. They produce a sustainable supply of timber for many generations while enhancing the natural state for wildlife and native plants.

"Coppicing is a highly skilled way of harvesting wood without chopping down the whole tree (which invariably kills it). Instead, part of the tree is cut, leaving the rest to regrow. Done correctly, regrowth is vigorous, and the same tree can be harvested again every five to ten years, often over hundreds of years."  This page is from Vertical Veg, about urban coppicing in Manchester, England. Biochar is just one of the useful byproducts.

"Coppicing is a highly skilled way of harvesting wood without chopping down the whole tree (which invariably kills it). Instead, part of the tree is cut, leaving the rest to regrow. Done correctly, regrowth is vigorous, and the same tree can be harvested again every five to ten years, often over hundreds of years." This page is from Vertical Veg, about urban coppicing in Manchester, England. Biochar is just one of the useful byproducts.

The author’s recently planted edible forest garden, still in the early stages of growth.

Plant an Edible Forest Garden - Organic Gardening

The author’s recently planted edible forest garden, still in the early stages of growth.

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