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Quite simply, volunteering is the best thing I have ever done. I have been to places I never knew existed, found trees that are very important, met wonderful, positive, friendly people. Best of all, I have never had so much fun in all of my life
By Judy Dowling, 18 March 2017, Ancient trees
After my mulberry hunting in Yorkshire, I have been busy trying to find other old mulberries, both up here in Scotland, and also elsewhere in the UK.
By Judy Dowling, 28 September 2016, Ancient trees, Volunteering
Judy Dowling tells us about her search for ancient mulberry trees in Yorkshire
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