Welcome to the OSNW blog. Our repository of tree based resources. Articles, interviews, video and audio. If it’s interesting, exciting, fun, thought provoking or connected with trees and wood, nationally and internationally, we’ll share it with you here.
In 1979, Jadav Payeng started planting saplings in the middle of a barren wasteland in Assam. Every day, he planted one new sapling. 35 years later, that barren wasteland is a lush green forest, spread over 1360 acres, and still growing.
What can we learn from each other? Can you teach someone a skill?....And then ask that they in turn teach you something?Read more
Traditional craft skills are an invisible thread to our ancestors. Traditional skills provide a link to our roots, they are part of our shared heritage.Read more
As we await the lifting of lock down a chance to experience our exhibition at Devon Guild of Craftsmen.Read more