2012-11-12 - 'Longing' by Daniel LionHeart
The Bard of Steward Wood, Daniel LionHeart, has produced another fine collection of poems for your delectation, delight and insight. Check it out.
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2012-10-17 - Community garden project plans quashed by Dartmoor National Park Authority
Local community garden project, MoreFood near Moretonhampstead, acquired conditional funding of £74,757 from the Lottery to provide the garden infrastructure and local employment. The project which would have provided volunteering opportunities, educational facilities with disabled access, and a garden share providing locally grown organic food for local people has been refused planning permission by the DNPA. At the funding stage, the principles of the project were backed by Tei... Read more
2012-09-11 - Bird Language Weekend
I am very excited to be running our first Bird Language Weekend here at Steward Wood, 7th - 9th September 2012. All participants need to have attended a Nature Awareness day or weekend as a pre-requisite. On this weekend we will be taking the bird language to an advanced level focusing on how bird vocalisations, body language and behaviour can be indicators of the pre... Read more
Welcome to the Steward Community Woodland website
Daniel LionHeart - Storyteller extraordinaire
with stories for all ages - children's birthday parties a speciality
age 5 and upwards - from as little as £30
Contact: 01647 440233 firstname.lastname@example.org
We are Steward Community Woodland, a group of people who are living and working together and have been experimenting with...
We live on 32 acres of plantation woodland on a steep hillside, located in the beautiful Wray Valley on the edge of Dartmoor. The community was founded in 2000 and is currently twelve adults and nine children.
There are several ways you can arrange a visit...
Volunteering - most of our visitors initially come as volunteers, exchanging volunteer time for food and accommodation. This is open to anyone; prior booking is essential.
Group visits - we are visited regularly by groups (for example, students and young people). Please get in touch if your group would like to see the project.