July-August 2022 hosted by the Norwegian Institute for Nature Research (NINA). (left to right): Amelie Sumpter (RSPB), Sam Brown (FL | read more
We kept our sacred sites secret so that the foreign occupation regimes that started in 1227
would not destroy them. By remaining attached to our ancient perception of life, we preserved
our identity and remaining whole as people.This is how we preserved a bright silver of the
culture similar to that of peoples in the woodedparts of Europe and this has lasted for millennia.
SPAIN: Course Woodworking tradition & innovation in Galicia
Woodworking & forest management: tradition and innovation in Galicia. Update March 2022: we are talking with our hosts to determine new dates for this course. Participants from the postponed course in 2020 will be offered first choice on any rescheduled courses in 2022. As soon as we have course dates and communicated with the 2020 group we will post any availability for the course. As soon as we have confirmed dates and details we will post them here and share through our consortium. The proposed course for 2020 is provided below for information. 2022 course content may change slightly due to COVID regulations. Hosts: XERA Agency for Forest Based Industries Galicia Course Dates: tbc Application Deadline: tbc Preparation Meeting Dates: tbc Aims & Themes: exploring traditional woodworking alongside forest management: innovation, enterprise and strategy in Galicia Galicia is a diverse region of North West Spain with a rugged coastline, the famous wine region of Riberia Sacra, and Atlantic forests of oak, chestnut and beech. Pine and eucalyptus are grown widely for timber. It is perhaps best known for the pilgrim route of St James which leads to the UNESCO world heritage city of Santiago de Compostela and numerous monasteries. The exact […]