Profile: Graham Mole

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Graham Mole started in journalism the classic way – as a junior reporter on a local weekly paper, then moving into TV and eventually ending up as a producer on investigative programmes for the national ITV network. He then switched to covering the south of England, freelancing for national papers and magazines, running a local TV station and, along the way, bumped into Forestry Journal. Towards the end of his career, he specialised in features about individuals in the forestry business, learning an awful lot at the same time. Occasionally he would drag himself away from his shedquarters in the garden next to a large wood so he could fish the world-famous chalkstreams of the South for trout, which ended up providing material for his regular national magazine column on the sport. Graham died in 2021.

Latest articles from Graham Mole

More than a day’s work
TwentyEight Trees: A design for life
FutureArb: what’s in a name?
A blessed life
Beavers taking a bite out of cricket
Testing times for British logs
Kirsty with the attendees from a HighGround Rural Week session.
Oliver, Stephanie, Jon and the Defender in the company colours.
Nowadays the firm has a staff of ten, including two apprentices, and works in teams of either two or three.
Married to the job