Twigs found at Stave Hill Ecological Park, oak from Herdfordshire
As winter settles in, biomass reduces its volume. Trees loose their leaves so as to rest and restore for a new cycle. It is a slower and introspective time of year. Often a time of gatherings with friends and family on religious calendars, Living with CO2 proposes a new ritual at Stave Hill Ecological Park, one where you can make a ‘Wood Wish’.
1. Pick up twigs at Stave Hill Park found on paths (don’t go disturbe natural habitats)
2. Cut them to identical size
3. Paint half in the colour you would want
4. Tie them together
5. Hang them at the Treasure Map spot on the top of the hill
Through the making of a ‘Wood Wish’, one can formulate new routes for the new cycle. Time to reflect for a new year and to plan actions for spring.