If you want to expand your knowledge about trees and forests whilst exploring ways to help them, this is the podcast for you.
We talk radical ideas with guests from diverse backgrounds, delving deep into the policy, ecology, economics, attitudes and perceptions that underpin the current state of affairs, and explore meaningful interventions. This podcast is part of the Tree Radicals inquiry brought to you by The Woodland Presents CIC and Timber Strategies.
Seb Cox, furniture designer, maker and environmentalist, talks about the potential for market growth around the ancient practice of coppicing, the accessibility of social media for independent businesses using sustainable timber to thrive online, and Seb shares his manifesto for land-use.
In this episode, Isabella Tree, conservationist and bestselling author of 'Wilding- the Return of Nature to a British Farm', tells Jez about the rewilding project, she and her husband Charlie Burrel undertook to transform their 3,500-acre estate in West Sussex, Knepp Estate, into a nature-haven, brimming with life.
In this episode of Tree Radicals, macro photographer on tiny soil animals, Andy Murray, joins Kath in our very own North Woods in Dartington, home base of the Tree Radicals team, and tells us about the delightful world of Mesofauna, and the huge role they play in our ecosystem.
Kath talks to architect Piers Taylor about his award-winning architecture practice 'Invisible Studio', and his ways of working collaboratively with the local community when designing a building. Piers shares his passionate perspective on how forests and woodlands should be a much more essential and integrated part of our culture, and how cities would benefit from more rewilded areas.