This course is designed for all those who own or manage areas of woodland but do not possess a formal qualification in forestry. It will comprise of a morning of informal seminars and lectures followed by an afternoon in the field. We will examine a number of key areas of interest.
The landscape history of woodland: why are woods located where they are?
Changing systems of woodland management over the centuries, and how these have structured the species composition of individual woods.
The archaeology of woodland: the age and significance of banks, pits and ditches.
Planning for the future: heritage, diversification and sustainability.
Professor Tom Williamson, Landscape Group, UEA
Dr Gerry Barnes MBE, Landscape Group, UEA
Dates and Locations:
2014 dates to be confirmed.
Further details on the course location will be forwarded to you before the course date
2014 prices to be confirmed.
Book a place
To book a place on these courses please complete and return the Registration Form. Please inform us of any special dietary or facility requirements you have at the time of booking.
If you have enquiries please feel free to contact us on 01603 591489.