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More on hedges
Further to Vic's comment, and his inclusion of stuff from Bill Parker,
there are increasing attempts to save the old skills. I have been
ablt to find several in areas of Western Australia, as well as in England.
For those who may have more than a passing interest, there is a very
good book that I believe would be enough for someone actually wanting
to do these things:
The Forgotten Arts
Dorling Kindersley, UK for the National Trust
One chapter is called Crafts of the field:
Hedge laying, Dry-stone walling, Making stiles, Well Digging, Peat Cutting.
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