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‘Working Woodlands’ – A Tour & Talk

Monday 10th July 2023, 9.30am

Want to know more about woodland habitat restoration? We are hosting an exploration into coppicing and the role sustainable management plays in bringing woods to life!

Since 2018, Working Woodlands Cornwall have been restoring Devichoys Wood to a productive coppice, that is a valuable asset to the local community and wildlife biodiversity. This event is a great opportunity to get an insight into our work and explore a unique example of a working Cornish woodland.

The guided walk is approx 1.5miles long, stopping at various points to explain the different types of woodland management taking place, the benefits these bring for wildlife and people, and how management helps tackle current challenges such as tree diseases and climate change.

Coming Soon …

Starting Out in Sustainable Woodland Management for Women + Non-binary People

Saturday 2nd September 2023, 9.30am – 4pm

The forestry industry can feel inaccessible and intimidating to people who don’t identify as male, white, cis or heterosexual. At Working Woodlands Cornwall we are trying to change that by providing opportunities to work in the woods and gain the skills + confidence for a career with wood.

This event is a great opportunity to get a taste of what woodland work is all about. Over the course of the day we will look at how to manage woodlands sustainably for biodiversity, carbon sequestration and productivity. You will be able to ask any questions you like in a supportive environment and demystify the forestry industry, its terms, career roles and expectations.

* Tickets available soon! *

Do you own a woodland? Get in touch if you would like us to run a sustainable management course in your woods…

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Previous Events…
Some photos taken from our recent event: Introduction into Woodland Management for Women and Non-Binary People
An engaged group at one of our Walk & Talk events in Devichoys Woods.
Horse logging day with Jackson.
Volunteers from Falmouth University’s Green Living Society, helping to winch logs at Devichoys.