Guest Blog by Alan Heeks, March 2016, first published at www.living-organically.com It happens so often, you suspect the animals must enjoy it: why else do they spread the full width of the tarmac, instead of using the broad gravel verges? The cows are the worst: they glower balefully as if they might charge, and onlyContinue Reading Face-offs with cows, and flying chickens. Lessons in community from Ethiopian roads
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’
Twilight is a special time for me in nature: and especially so at Hazel Hill Wood in Springtime. Very recently, I sat on the deck of one of our buildings, facing west as the light very slowly faded. Whilst the stages of the dawn chorus are well known, twilight too is a great time forContinue Reading 50 Shades of Twilight: The Magic of a Wood in Spring
Wild nights out, Autumn conservation, and what we were all doing up in the tree-tops: Hazel Hill Wood’s latest newsletter. Download it now and sign up for more.
Hazel Hill is a beautiful, secluded 70-acre wood and sustainable retreat/education centre, seven miles from Salisbury, which offers unique scope for people to deepen their connection with nature and learn about living renewably. The programme includes retreats, conservation, men’s and women’s groups, and the wood is available for group bookings. The facilities include heated bedroomsContinue Reading Welcome