+44 1803 865913
By: E Harris, Jeanette Harris and NDG James
241 pages, 12 Col photos, 45 b/w photos, illus
A cultural history, exploring how people have managed and exploited oakwoods since the Neolithic and how they have used its timber in ships, furniture and buildings. Also revealed are the lost silvicultural techniques of the past - methods of propagating, raising, managing, coppicing and felling oak. The book includes an appendix giving details of over 700 significant oak trees.
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