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Ancient woodland flora - an introduction

Friday 28 April 2017: 10:00
Training event

From 10am-4pm approximately

Much of our woodland flora is adapted to grow in long established woodland conditions and they are often not good at spreading to new areas. Many woodland specialist plants flower in the spring before broadleaved trees come into leaf. Some other species will be found later in the year.

This day will include a talk and a visit to Bottom Wood led by John Morris

Costs £30 per person (£50 for businesses) payment by cheque or bacs

Contact name:
John Morris
Booking essential?:
Yes

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Learn some valuable new skills this January. The Chilterns Conservation Board is running courses on winter tree identification, woodland archaeology, charcoal burning and ancient woodland flora. Spend time in the beautiful Chilterns with subject experts to master traditional skills or gain new knowledge.