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After building up stocks of processed firewood over the summer months we started selling logs in October, monies from which are fed back into the project. Sales are rising steadily thanks to our mostly local customers. No two Thursdays are the same — tasks have ranged from processing firewood, surveying, nursery work, building maintenance, fence and dyke repairs, felling, digging ditches, making bridges, weeding tree tubes and so much more. These have now finished for this year with the first one for scheduled for Thursday 8 February. We held five four-day work parties this year covering: tree planting and maintenance; fixing the paddock fence around Glenlude Farmhouse; removing a stretch of fencing for our neighbours at Glenlude House; loading a skip with old fencing materials; tending trees in the orchard, along the main ride, at Phoenix Forest and above the ponds.
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Many of these trees have had their mesh removed which is a milestone as they are now beyond the reach of browsing deer. The mesh has been reused for newly planted trees.
We were pretty tied up with building the firewood processor and log stores early in the year so tree planting was put on hold temporarily. Ironically conditions then proved too dry to plant trees how often can you say that in Scotland? Every Phoenix service user who successfully completes their programme has a tree planted in their honour — to date we have planted almost trees and groups from Phoenix visit monthly throughout the year taking care of their patch.
Slightly late in the planting season, volunteers at the four-day work party in June planted trees alongside Glenlude Burn — the crab apple, downy birch and rowan were home grown in our tree nursery. The sessile oak and dog rose were home grown and other species included hazel, hawthorn and downy birch.
All the previously planted trees along the burn side were checked and tended during that weekend. Stepping back slightly to our October work party, two brash hedges were completed up the top of the hill and planted up with a mixture of downy birch, rowan and eared willow that we grew ourselves in the tree nursery.
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We still have more trees to plant so are hoping to take care of the remaining trees come spring time next year. This year saw two pairs of curlews successfully raising chicks to fledging on site.
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We surveyed the calcareous flushes in July following a two year lull. The flushes were considerably overgrown and more difficult to find and while there were increased signs of deer activity, the vegetation was relatively untouched. Ongoing seed collecting, processing and sowing continued throughout the year the results of which were shown in us planting our own trees out on the site for the first time this year. The nursery now has a new level floor after the original one had settled quite a bit and developed puddles not good for nursery hygiene.
T wo new sinks have been installed and plumbed in giving us proper facilities for processing seeds and keeping things clean and we also have a split level potting bench which makes nursery work much easier. Following repeated flooding and increasing property manager stress a new irrigation system was installed in April — this has proved to be worth its weight in gold in terms of reliability and water efficiency.
And more recently the wooden surface of the indoor and outdoor staging was replaced with mesh to allow air pruning of the cell grown trees. Following the success of these visits, another six months have been booked and the school is taking ownership of the deer monitoring survey.
Around 70 people camped on site and were fed from a mobile pizza oven owned by two of the parents.