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Shotover Country Park, Oxford24 Aug 2014
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Shotover Country Park, Oxford1 Jun 2014
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Small Balsam - before

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Small Balsam - after

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Tea-time

Shotover Country Park, Oxford9 Feb 2014
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Oxford Conversation Volunteers

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Hanging out gloves to dry

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Shotover Country Park, Oxford25 Jan 2014
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In Mary Sadler's Field: clearing the scrub that inhibits the heather

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One of several piles of cut gorse with established heather in the middle distance to the right

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heather to the left of the path, gorse to the right.

Shotover Country Park, Oxford26 May 2013
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We never go out without our "extra thick tea friend"

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These barriers will reduce the rate of erosion of the path, whilst allowing a 4x4 vehicle access

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The logs, sourced from nearby coppicing, will stop the sandy soil from washing down the hill, and direct water off the path

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Final touches on the stobs holding the last log in place

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Happy not to be the one doing the sawing?

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This section is complete. A very natural way to reduce erosion on this well-used path.

Shotover Country Park, Oxford22 Sep 2012
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Shotover Country Park, Oxford26 Feb 2012
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Bloody nose beetle

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Bloody nose beetle

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