Start Date: 24th May 2017, 10:00
End Date: 24th May 2017, 16:00
After an introductory talk, the day will be spent in the mature woodland of Potters Hole Plantation and the developing plantation adjacent to the site. We will be identifying plants and understanding the ecology of ground flora species, and talk about the opportunity to enhance groundflora as plantations become woodlands.
The day will be led by ecological consultant Gordon Haycock of Haycock and Jay Associate as part of the DVLP’s woodland engagement project.
This course will interest the beginner or intermediate botanist with an interest in woodland groundflora, or local people with an interest in the conservation of Potter Holes Plantation.
Places are FREE and subsidised by the DVLP, however booking is essential. To book a place please contact us below.
The majority of the workshop will be held out in the field at Potters Hole Plantation, however we will be meeting first at the Welfare Hall, Piley Lane, Tankersley. Full details will be sent to booked participants in due course.
(Wood Sorrel, N.E Wildlife 2017)
Locations in the Dearne
This event can be found at the following locations: