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Scything Miss Whalley’s Field in Lancaster

The scythe is a brilliant tool for volunteers and I’ve taught groups involved in managing community orchards, meadows, allotments and conservation sites across the UK. Scything is safe, quiet and allows everyone to work at their own pace. Last week … Continue reading

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Awesome scything in Liverpool

Two volunteers with two scythes vs a wall of brambles, thistles and himalayan balsam – the results are awesome. Continue reading

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Creating an urban meadow

How one man and a scythe transformed a patch of neglected urban grassland, wait till you see the photos. Continue reading

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