A Guide to Coppicing is intended for all amateur conservationists and woodland workers who work with coppice. It will be of particular interest to those who are intending to bring neglected coppice back into rotation, maintain existing coppice or create a woodland area for amenity use.
Chapter 1 – Safety
Chapter 2 – Tools and devices
Chapter 3 – Planning your work
Chapter 4 – Clearing undergrowth and rides
Chapter 5 – Felling trees
Chapter 6 – Using brash
Chapter 7 – Markets and products
Chapter 8 – Storing wood
Chapter 9 – Transport
Chapter 10 – Care of the wood
Chapter 11 – Deer and woodlands
Ray Tabor has been working with coppice for over 30 years. He originally learned his skills from the few woodsmen alive and still working in the 1970s.