Trelissick ranger blog

The countryside at Trelissick is loved and enjoyed immensely by its many visitors. Yet there is only a small bunch dedicated to ensuring this incredible space remains accessible while conserving its diverse environments and wildlife. This blog will tell you the whats, hows and whys of our important work to preserve Trelissick's natural heritage.

Illustration of heavy horses ploughing by Sonia Hensler

Horsepower

By using work horses in archaeologically sensitive spaces, the rangers are helping to preserve our historic environment as well as rich farming heritage.

Illustration of veteran tree at Trelissick by Sonia Hensler

Summer across the estate

The rangers have been busy in the woods, parkland, meadows and even the river!

Illustration of a nettle by Socia Hensler

Spectacular stinging nettles

The bane of every countryside rambler's ankles, but did you ever think to put these nutrient rich nuisances in a risotto?