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Woodland Management: Walk & Talk
Tom explaining the benefits of coppicing

1st March 2023, 1:30pm – 4pm

Want to know more about woodland habitat restoration or how to look after your own woodland? Working Woodlands Cornwall CIC are hosting a tour of Devichoys Woodland (an ancient oak coppice) and talking about the role sustainable management plays in bringing back biodiversity and protecting woods for the future.

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.

Includes examples of coppice restoration, continuous cover, recruitment veteran trees and cornish ‘timber wood’.

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Coming soon …

Starting out in SUSTAINABLE WOODLAND MANAGEMENT.

If you have just bought a woodland and are wondering where to start, or are an entry level forester wanting more experience assessing different woodlands, this event will be a great place to begin.

We will look at how to manage woodlands sustainably for biodiversity, carbon sequestration and productivity. More details and dates coming soon!

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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.