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  1. Tessa Stone

    Stoney Orchard

    There is a double gate to get in code 1406 Please leave along side bank in front of car-parking area Close gates on completion and close padlock
  2. Hi Everyone im currently in my third year of my arb degree and wondered if everyone could spend just two minutes of their time to fill out my survey its just ten questions please follow the link below: The Impact Climate Change is Having on Tree Planting Survey Thanks for your time Adam
  3. Hey everyone and thanks to webmaster Steve for getting me through the anti spam barriers! We're looking for my replacement here at National Trust: Downhill Demesne and Hezlett House, North Coast N.Ireland. Downhill Demesne & Mussenden Temple - National Trust - | Facebook I absolutely loved this job to bits but I had to move on up at some point and the Site mgr post came up so I went for it and got it.... anyway.... Whilst Arbour work will make a significant amount of the early winter works on the estate this post is a very varied role going from visitor services, events logistics, training of volunteers, students and the Academy position. It would certainly suit someone looking to ease off from the heavy tree work and get more involved with all aspects of estate mgmt, gardening/horticulture, conservation, visitor engagement and more. Whilst the wage @ circa 17K might not seem much this is incredibly rewarding. relocation expenses would be paid, numerous benefits and ongoing training with Europe's biggest charity. All I can say is read the role profile on the jobs listing to get a real idea of what it entails. --> Full Role profile and apply here: https://irecruitment.nationaltrust.org.uk/OA_HTML/OA.jsp?page=/oracle/apps/irc/candidateSelfService/webui/VisVacDispPG&OAHP=IRC_EXT_SITE_VISITOR_APPL&OASF=IRC_VIS_VAC_DISPLAY&akRegionApplicationId=821&transactionid=352500813&retainAM=N&addBreadCrumb=RP&p_svid=1389&p_spid=1329&oapc=6&oas=VcsvRj5anJUBoE6tHvVEpw
  4. cartman

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    Hi all, I have today gained an apple tree that is about 5 years old and i'm told the apples go Pink and are about a tennis ball and they are edible. Problem is i can't remember the name of it so if some one could help that be brilliant Also the tap root got damaged will it survive if its replanted ? Thanks
  5. I plant quite a few trees each year which have been grown on from certified seed to minimise costs. The costs of commercial tree guards make the whole project expensive (approx 800 x 60p a year) but if I don't use them, the rabbits decimate the saplings within days. I first saw the use of recyled milk containers as tree guards in Australia and have been using them ever since with great success. Having never seen anyone else do this in the UK I thought it was about time to share this simple but effective solution. A how to guide has been put on Tree Guards made from recycled milk containers Hopefully everything is self explanatory, but if not please let me know and I will try and make it clearer. Any feedback very welcome.

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