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Burnt Mill Meadow, Old Marston28 Nov 2021
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A stand of willows ready to be coppiced to let ligh on the stream and meadow.

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Perfect fell

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Start for the felling cut

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Work in progress

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End of the day, stupms will be taken down by chainsaw

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Brash pile

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Log pile

Burnt Mill Meadow, Old Marston4 Jul 2021
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A plume of water fleas.

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First area to cut, a mix of sedge, canary grass and water mint.

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Setting up the scythes.

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Work in progress.

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Scythes at work.

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Patches of water mint (Mentha aquatica) and water forget (Myosotis scorpioides) were left as the flowers are good for insects.

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Cut and raked. Cuttings added to the habitat piles.

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Greater water parsnip (Sium latifolium) is a nationally rare species.