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Presentation given at the UK Organic Congress 2018, organised by the Organic Research Centre. Ross Dickenson is a farmer in south west England who manages his, and his neighbours, hedges for woodfuel. In this presentation Ross demonstrates that it is economically viable to move a hedge from annual flailing to a fifteen-year coppicing rotation. This paper will not provide a template for others to adopt as it is site specific but it does demonstrate that in certain circumstances it is viable todoi:10.5281/zenodo.2455443 fatcat:6sqg7cwivnda3ofxzrmtronlom