By Sian Tucker
Rediscover the simplicity and exhilaration of the outdoors by immersing yourself in this inspirational handbook.
We all know that being outdoors is beneficial to our health - both mental and physical. From stargazing and foraging at the river's edge to simply walking in the dark with only the light of the moon and the stars to guide you. fforest shows you how to re-connect with nature. Learn age-old tricks such as lighting a fire and which wood burns best, tree identification and how to catch a spider crab.
Discover adventurous and exciting pursuits, such as canoeing and wild swimming, as well as activities such as cloud gazing, building a den, pressing flowers and forest bathing.
Full of tips and inspiration, fforest not only teaches you how to 'be' in nature, but how to create and explore in it, too.
Sian Tucker is an art graduate who, in 2004, after living in London, bought,
together with her partner, 200 acres of rural beauty sandwiched between the river Teifi gorge and
the Teifi marshes nature reserve and set up fforest. fforest has since expanded to a further two
sites, to lofts in the historic quayside in Cardigan and to a sea camp on the coast at Manorafon.
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13 Jun 2019
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