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1 month ago

Lots of rain the last few months, making it difficult to move around the nursery with wheelbarrows of compost for prepping the beds. We had lots of broken stakes from site maintenance and embedded some of them into the muddy path so we could get on with the jobs that needed doing, worked a treatπŸ‘Most of the trees have come out dormancy now and it's looking very lush and green. We really need to get all the last tree planting jobs finished off ASAP and get all the beds ready for the remaining trees we lifted so they can be replanted before the weather gets to warm and dry.We're here every Friday if you want to come say hello and help out for a few hours πŸ’šwww.eventbrite.co.uk/e/forus-friday-community-tree-nursery-gathering-tickets-763383118457?aff=odd... ... See MoreSee Less
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1 month ago

Willow spilling and leaky dams we did as part of a small scale natural flood management project in February on behalf of Mount Pleasant Farm this year is bursting to life πŸ’š We really enjoyed working on this. The willow will prevent the banking from eroding while the dams hold back water during heavy rainfall. Thanks to Sarah for the update and pictures πŸ“ΈπŸ’šπŸ˜ ... See MoreSee Less
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1 month ago

Ewes got hopeful that the trees being prepped and loaded up for tree planting was for them to munch. Heavily pregnant, they waddle over every time we have bag of trees demanding to be fed. ... See MoreSee Less
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1 month ago

Having just received some lovely photos from John, I just had to do a follow up to my Saturday post. In these difficult times it is easy to find oneself falling into despair. There's no better antidote than to spend the day at Daisy Bank with lovely people doing the work we love:- Growing trees organically from local seed, iether directly in the ground or in donated pots that we'll wash and re-use time and again. Thanks once more to John, Jess, Andy, Venessa, and Sam from West Yorkshire Combined Authority LGBTQA network, you made our day and you made a difference. ... See MoreSee Less
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