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Listed here are the projects that The Woodland League have been involved in and have supported.

   

A Walk in Ballyseedy Wood -
Ted Cook, as part of Kerry Earth Day, leads a walk through Ballyseedy Wood, and describes this fabulous native woodland.  More...

More on the Tangencya Projects/Umlazi/Ukumbisana - Andrew St. Ledger describes the Art-Intervention Community Projects he has been involved with over the last couple of years, that have been based on ecological concerns, fusing sculpture with gardening, horticulture and forestry. More...

Tangencya 2 - Umlazi Conservation Conversation - The Garden of Life Project - Having completed Tangencya 1 in 2005, whereby I worked with six Zulu wood carvers on a cooperative sculpture, whose aim was to promote indigenous African tree appreciation and link the material (wood) back to the living tree, I was then invited back this year to continue the conservation theme.  Andrew St. Ledger.  More...

Tangencya 1 - Thinta - Between 2004 and 2005, Andrew St. Ledger of the Woodland League visited South Africa.  While there, Andrew engaged in the Tangencya project, which included artists from all across Southern African countries.  His brief was to engage an existing group of fringe African carvers with the view to setting up a conceptual conversation where mutual experiences and skills could be transferred.
Download the full Tangencya presentation (pdf, 33mb - large)
Download the information on Andrew's project (pdf, 1.1mb)