Woodland Management and Trees for Transition Courses

Hello All

I am teaching some courses this year at Kingcombe Centre in Dorset and the Green Wood Centre in Shropshire.

Kingcombe Centre:
25th to 26th April – Woodland Management
We will consider British woodland in an historical and contemporary context and show how through effective management it can play a central role in the countryside of the future. Includes visits to ancient woods and other sites.
See: https://www.kingcombe.org/courses/Details/263

The Green Wood Centre
7th to 8th May – Woodland Management
We will consider British woodland in an historical and contemporary context and show how through effective management it can play a central role in the countryside of the future. Includes visits to ancient woods and other sites.
See: http://www.acreswildwoodlands.co.uk/courses/course.shtml?c=AW001

3rd to 4th September – Trees for Transition
Focusing on how trees are incredibly useful for fuel, building materials, food, agro-forestry, shelter, carbon management, health & wellbeing and community initiatives, we will explore the important role trees and woods can play in the transition to a sustainable low-carbon future.
See: http://www.acreswildwoodlands.co.uk/courses/course.shtml?c=AW011

Do sign up, or pass this on to someone who might be interested.

See my website for a flavour of the courses: www.trees-for-transition.co.uk

Thanks
Robin

Robin Walter, Chartered Forester

10 St. James Street, Shaftesbury, Dorset SP7 8HA
01747 850978, 07824 552414

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