My Forest Bibliography


This is an updated bibliography of all the books I’ve used as part of my research for this project. I’ll be adding to it as I go, so feel free to check back any time if you need a little arboreal inspiration!

Bernes, Claes. Will Time Heal Every Wound? The Environmental Legacy of Human Activities. Stockholm: Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, 2001.

Crumley, Jim. Nature’s Architect: The Beaver’s Return to our Wild Landscapes. Glasgow: Saraband, 2015.

Fiennes, Peter. Oak and Ash and Thorn: The Ancient Woods and New Forests of Britain. London: Oneworld, 2018.

Hughes, Ted. The Iron Man. London: Faber, 2005.

Hughes, Ted. The Iron Woman. London: Faber, 2005.

Leslie, Roderick. Forest Vision: Transforming the Forestry Commission. Bristol: New Environment, 2014.

Maitland, Sara. Gossip from the Forest. London: Granta, 2012.

Pile, John. ‘Aspects of the Forest of Bere from the Late Iron Age to the Middle Ages.’ Proceedings of the Hampshire Field Club Archaeological Society. 45 (1989): 113-19.

Rushton, John and Brian Walker. Dalby: Valley of Change. Scarborough: Newby, 2009.

Shaw, D. L. Gwydyr Forest in Snowdonia: A History. London: Forestry Commission, 1971.

Tittensor, Ruth M. From Peat Bog to Conifer Forest: An Oral History of Whitelee, Its Community and Landscape. Chichester: Packard, 2009.

Tsouvalis, Judith. A Critical Geography of Britain’s State Forests. Oxford: OUP, 2006.

Wohlleben, Peter. The Hidden Life of Trees. London: William Collins, 2017.

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