Author Archives: Kajedo Wanderer

News from the Land – Summer 2022

As I write this the North-wind has brought a chill in the air and even though the trees are largely still green, it surely feels like the turning of seasons – the beginning of autumn. I am still hoping for a bit of ‘indian summer’, but I have packed the shorts away and am wearing […]

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News from the land – Spring 2022

The land is dressed in yellow – the ocean of gorse between the woods and the sea is in full bloom (and smelling deliciously of coconut), and the woods have put on a green dress once again –  the fresh green of new leaves on the trees. Even the oaks are beginning to unfurl their […]

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News from the land – Winter ‘21 / ‘22

I enjoy the winters. Nature’s invitation to turn inwards, to be cozy inside, meditate more, sleep and dream more. I love winters most when everything is covered in a bright white blanket of snow, which we don’t get here in our coastal part of the world very often. It is a time when trees and […]

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News from the land – Autumn 2021

The trees are late in putting on their autumn colours, however these last few days the birches started to look glorious in their yellow golden foliage. I love the autumn! The colours in the trees, the woodsmoke in the air, the rich damp smells of the earth, the daily noisy pilgrimage of the 17,000 or […]

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Summer News from the Land August 21

I have just returned from another round of watering our youngest trees on the land… It’s been a summer of periods of very dry weather and torrential downpours. Sadly for some of our broadleaf trees our watering efforts came too late. We have also finished defining the Northern Heath areas – this involved a lot […]

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FHT Land Management Winter/Spring 2020/21

By Kajedo Wanderer While much of the life on the land is hibernating, winter is a busy season for those of us working on the land. Last winter we cleared the first three ‘islands’ of trees (roughly circular open spaces surrounded by the tall pines), planted 40% oaks, scarified (opened) the ground in preparation for […]

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