Monthly Archives: June 2012

Sanctuary in the Welsh Upland Oak Rainforests

Back in the days of Julius Caesar, as, for example, vividly recreated by  Robert Graves in “I Claudius”, the Welsh landscape was very different from its present stark, sheep reduced panorama. Read the chapters on druidic initiation training to take … Continue reading

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The Great Welsh Upland Rainforest featuring Cloud Forest and Hanging Forests

The Great Welsh Upland Rainforest featuring Cloud Forest and Hanging Forests of a range of largely deciduous, native species– a fantastic carbon store and fresh air producer, a thriving mixture of churning biodiversity, a stable water resource, a glorious visitor … Continue reading

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