8 edition of People and woods in Scotland found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 231-235) and index.
|Statement||edited by T.C. Smout.|
|Contributions||Smout, T. C.|
|LC Classifications||SD183 .P46 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 244 p. :|
|Number of Pages||244|
|ISBN 10||0748617000, 0748617019|
|LC Control Number||2003501558|
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Inevitably, therefore, my list of 10 – perhaps not best, but "best loved" – forest books is a hybrid too; as much a mixture of fact and fiction as the woods and the fairy stories and my book are. OWL Scotland is dedicated to increasing the use of Scotland's outdoor environments for learning.
Learning outdoors, in playgrounds, towns, cities, parks or our stunning natural environments. It actively engages young people, connecting their learning to the world around them.
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The Woods family members, who married in Ireland, only wedded others who were also of English, as well as Scottish, heritages, including the. We’re a social enterprise based in Granton which collects waste wood from anywhere across Edinburgh and the Lothians.
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As such, it makes sense for this exercise in assisted bucket-list construction to hone in on the country’s towns. For the sake of order and sanity, we tried not to include any villages.
From Wikipedia: For the most part, the surname Wood originated as a topographic name used to describe a person who lived in, or worked in a wood or forest. This name is derived from the Middle English wode, meaning "wood" (from the Old English wudu). An early occurrence of this surname (of a personal residing near a wood) is de la Wode, in Hertfordshire, England, in .
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