Find out why managing ancient woodland trees correctly is so important and learn important management techniques.

  • 7 Apr 2016
  • 10am-1pm
  • Shorne

Creating and Managing Heritage Trees for the Future

Why is it so important to manage our heritage trees for the future?heritage trees

Should we be creating more heritage trees for the future?

Discover the reasons why and take a closer look at the management techniques in place around Shorne Woods Country Park.

Join us and David Carey from the Kent Tree Wardens for an interactive session on heritage tree management.

Ideal for beginners and those with a specific interest in heritage trees or tree management, this course involves both indoor and outdoor work.  You will carry out site visit to some of the sites oldest trees, including a 1000 year old Yew tree!

Shorne Woods has an abundant number of heritage trees and is the perfect place to see how they are being managed.

Refreshments will be provided.
Booking is essential.

This course is free to attend, but if you would like to make a donation which will help the Kent Heritage Trees Project work with local communities and young people, then our suggested donation is £10.

Course involves indoor and outdoor work – sturdy shoes recommended!

This will be one of the last free workshops that the Kent Heritage Trees Project is able to offer – the project finishes in June 2016 – please make the most of our activities whilst they are still available.

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