Of particular interest are the many veteran trees and the diversity of wildlife which they support. We undertake many different types of specialist tree management, with a long and proven track record of best practice, matched with excellent results.
To pass on the knowledge gained here and at similar sites, we offer professional courses facilitated by speakers who are leading experts in their field, these include Pro Natura and Urban Forestry. The courses are aimed at those involved with veteran tree care such as Countryside Managers, Arborists, Advisors and Rangers who care for veteran trees and woodland.
The learning environment is always friendly and informal, involving a healthy mix of academic and field sessions which always stimulate some good discussion.
Further education opportunities
Universities and colleges catered for
Woodland and arboriculture management on request
Grassland, deer and access management available
General Forest history and management' guided walks and talks
College work experience placement
Opportunities for ‘Career Volunteers’
Dissertation projects considered
The Biology of Decay in Trees
A comprehensive two day course to improve the awareness of the aging process of trees with particular emphasis on decay processes. Speakers: David Lonsdale, Dr. Keith Alexander and Jill Butler.
Veteran Tree Management Course
Do you work with veteran trees? This course will provide you with the necessary toolkit to effectively manage your veteran tree population. Pro Natura and Urban Forestry are our facilitators.
Tree Veteranisation Course
This day course covers managing deadwood habitat in living trees. A mixture of theory and practical techniques will show you how to age younger trees.
For more details
Please contact Nicky Daniel for further information and a booking form
Call: 01279 874045