A new way to stay up to date with all our events at the woods – “Meetup brings people together…to do more of what they want to do in life. It is organized around one simple idea: when we get together and do the things that matter to us, we’re at our best. And that’sContinue Reading We’re on Meetup – are you?
After years of trustworthy use, heating the sauna and Long House it’s time to say goodbye and thank you to our wonderful old wood burner. As many of you will know, over the last 18 months we’ve been steadily investing in changes to our buildings to make them safer and bring them in line withContinue Reading Refurbishing the Long House
Hazel Hill’s Conservation and Wellness Weekend All 16 of us had a lovely time on this weekend, and did a lot for our own wellbeing and the wood’s. Many of the group were new to Hazel Hill, and made a really deep connection with the place and with other people. We did some great conservationContinue Reading ‘Like One Big Family’
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By Alan Heeks I talk about resilience a lot, and I hear very varied definitions of it from others. Some regard resilience as a hard, cold, mechanistic idea, whereas my first images are of a green, creative springiness: the growing through problems that we can see in sustainable ecosystems. This blog offers my views onContinue Reading Growing Natural Resilience: how can we learn from ecosystems