More from the Landshapers series, short audio accompaniments created as a background to the beautiful landscape of the the South Downs National Park and the South Downs Way National Trail.
This third set gives voice to people who manage and understand the woodlands on the South Downs:
- Why we need woodlands
- Wood cutting and charcoal burning
- Weald woodland and iron making
- Woodlands and nature
- How woodlands are managed
Hear the other audio accompaniments in the series
These one to two minute audio tracks give voice to real people’s stories and thoughts of how their lives on the South Downs continue to shape the landscape we see today and how the South Downs landscape evolved, to help us further our understanding of this remarkable place.
For more details see www.nationaltrail.co.uk/southdowns
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