Okay I'll be watching -could be interesting... But clearly, from the blurb in the link, a very specific perspective is going to be held. The wood he's working with was "abandoned
" and the first priority was to get Wyndham Morgan to help him make the "wild wood
By the way Iliff Simey is a very interesting bloke;http://www.naturalforestpractice.com/
In my oppinion Iliff has the right answers - although perhaps not always arrived at for reasons that match the empirical evidence of the science in this area.
His method seeks to mimic old growth forest; he creates small glades and manipulates some early-mature trees to give them the characteristics (rot holes etc.) of much older trees. Well worth visiting his site.
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