We are hiring!

We are hiring!

PAID OPPORTUNITY – Make biodiversity your business! We are looking for a part time woodland maintenance worker to help out from the end of September 2021 to January 2022. We are a not for profit, family owned, Community Interest Company woodland, working with a...
Conservation Careers: Cheryl Duerden

Conservation Careers: Cheryl Duerden

The amazing Cheryl Duerden from In A Land of Giants talks us through her journey into conservation, from documenting the rainforests and reefs of South East Asia to coppicing in Southern England. We hear about the importance of protecting ancient trees and encouraging...
Conservation Careers: Pete Etheridge

Conservation Careers: Pete Etheridge

We chat to Pete Etheridge, a woodsman and ecologist who objects to the name of this series because “I don’t really have a career as such; I’m just making it up as I go along!”. Pete talks us through working with the land while learning all that...
Woodland Workers: Kate Mobbs-Morgan

Woodland Workers: Kate Mobbs-Morgan

For our last interview with Woodland Workers, we chat to the brilliant Kate Mobbs-Morgan. Kate tells us more about working in horse logging, and why this traditional approach to timber extraction is still so important in forestry today. Name: Kate Mobbs-Morgan...
Woodland Workers: Andrew Heggie

Woodland Workers: Andrew Heggie

Name: Andrew Heggie Andrew: I am mostly retired now but for 36 years of my working life I was a forest worker and contractor. Initially the work entailed establishment of softwood plantations and later it became a mixture of establishment, domestic tree work and...