Woodland Walks podcast with Adam Shaw – trees on farms
The latest podcast was quite different to our previous episodes in fantastic Trust woods. This time, we meet David Rose who shows us around his farm in Nottinghamshire. He tells us how trees are making a difference both for the farm and for local communities as he aims to promote healthy food and healthy futures.
Discover the edible woodland and forest school area, and meet some of the people that enjoy visiting the farm. We also hear from the Trust’s Ruth Hyde and Helen Chesshire who explain that trees are important outside woods as well as in.
Credit: Ruth Hyde / WTML
New to the podcast?
Don’t miss our previous episodes:
- Heartwood– we visit a vast forest of ancient woodland, newly planted trees, wildflower meadows and fantastic wildlife. I was joined by Beccy Speight, then-chief executive of the Trust, and Tim Wright and Brian Legg, two of Heartwood’s amazing volunteers.
- Loch Arkaig - hear from site manager Steve Morris, raptor expert Lewis Pate, project manager Jessica Maxwell and other custodians of this truly astonishing landscape as we explore the wilderness of Loch Arkaig Pine Forest.
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I’ll be off on another woodland walk soon. Hope you can join me.