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New Forest: traffic, animals and road accidents

For me, one of the biggest attractions in commoning is learning about and practicing an ancient pastoral activity that involves keeping commonable livestock (ponies, cattle, donkeys, or pigs during Pannage), which are so important to the ecology of New Forest.  There is … Continue reading

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Chinese sky lantern lights up conflicts of need on New Forest

For me, having access to the New Forest is such a privilege. It appeals to and rewards all of my senses. The Forest contributes enormously towards my physical, mental and emotional wellbeing. If I’m not able to visit for a … Continue reading

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New Forest: Pannage season!

Autumn on the Forest is always a time of spectacle; the breaking dawn bursting upon the ancient landscape with reds, lilacs and oranges is a visual treat guaranteed to draw wonder from those who rise early enough to witness it; … Continue reading

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