Grow your own woodland

Gates, Tessa
October 2008
Farmers Weekly;10/24/2008, p66
Trade Publication
The author offers tips on several farm life activities for farmers in Great Britain including making a decoration using fallen leaves, how to start a small woodland, and decorating ideas for Halloween party.


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