Green woodworking is a natural way of working with unseasoned wood to creat a huge variety of useful and attractive products. In this book Ray Tabor passes on the 25 years of skill and knowledge he has acquired as a woodsman and green woodworker producing traditional products.
|Short title||The Encyclopedia of Green Woodworking|
|Long title||The Encyclopedia of Green Woodworking|
|Publisher||Eco-Logic Books / Worldly Goods|
- It is a book I would recommend and one I will no doubt use throughout my life. Review by Ben Law, review in Permaculture magazine
It is a book I would recommend and one I will no doubt use throughout my life. If it is found to be lacking, it is on the subject of the more modern and less traditional products that are evolving in this new era of woodsmanship that draws on the old traditions and weaves in the new. (Posted on 30/07/2010)