Counting logs – week 9

Edible Log Farm Weekly Blog All the tree logs for this season are now at the Edible Log Farm. It all went surprisingly easy and quick this year. The logs for the oyster mushroom logs …

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Bagpipes from boxwood – week 8

Edible Log Farm Weekly Blog Usually Thursday is one of the days that I am outdoors in the forest or at the Edible Log Farm. Last Thursday was different. This time I had signed up …

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Trees on wheels – week 7

Edible Log Farm Weekly Blog “What did you do today, Mum?” asked my 17 year-old daughter at the dinner table one evening this week. My reply, “O nothing much. Just went to the forest, loaded …

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Long and thin or short and fat? – week 6

Edible Log Farm Weekly Blog Every tree is different. Definitely unique. A tree is perpetually adapting to its surroundings. Sun, water, nutrients, space – all necessary ingredients resulting in growth and a specific form. Some trees …

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Building muscles – week 5

Edible Log Farm Weekly Blog Into the woods at last! What a relief it was to be able to replace a picture of a forest on a computer screen with a real one! No problem …

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Vlogging in the forest – week 4

Edible Log Farm Weekly Blog As a self-employed person it is important not to get isolated and too self focused. One way of having colleagues at a distance is to join an organisation with members …

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Raining trees – week 3

Edible Log Farm Weekly Blog Friday January 19th was the day that I had planned to start harvesting trees for the Edible Log Farm. The men with the chainsaws were ready to go and I …

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Choosing the trees – week 2

Edible Log Farm Weekly Blog January always means getting ready for the coming season. The trees have to be chosen and the logistics of the getting the logs to the log farm(s) with the least …

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