'Sources' is a tribute to the ageless life of water in the headwaters of the Little Ouse valley, in East Anglia, UK. It celebrates the relationship of water to people, places, plants and animals. It is also a tribute to the rewilding work of the Little Ouse Headwaters Project in the five parishes of Blo' Norton, Garboldisham, Hinderclay, South Lopham and Thelnetham. Habitat restoration work here is stemming past ecological degradation, and helping to promote the valley's natural wealth. Its source is water. The book has 28 pages, and was written and published by Tim Holt-Wilson as part of the work of the Little Ouse Headwaters Project creative group, 2013. It contains images by Gill Farlam, Tim Holt-Wilson, Mary Thompson, Sheila Tilmouth and David Whatley. The book is available in three formats: * Paperback (budget version) with standard uncoated paper, printed covers but no title on spine. * Hardback, with standard uncoated paper, pale grey end-papers, wraparound printed cover and title on spine. * Hardback, with standard uncoated paper, pale grey endpapers, plain black cloth covers and printed dustjacket withe title on spine. It is offered at cost price.
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Project work in the environment and heritage sector in East Anglia, UK. Specialities: geoconservation including Environmental Impact Assessment for geodiversity, collections and archives management, research and origination for text and image, the geology and landscape of East Anglia, lifelong learning, Mythic Geography, guided walks, project development via networking, French translation, creative landscape interpretation. My publications are listed at http://independent.academia.edu/TimHoltWilson.