Join Guy Lambourne of Wassledine, who has 12 years of experience in coppicing hazel, for an introduction to the history and theory of coppicing - spend a day working outdoors learning how to use traditional hand tools to look after an area of ancient woodland in Maulden Wood.
Each participant needs to provide their own sturdy footwear such as walking boots, work/gardening gloves, suitable warm clothing for working outside and drinks and packed lunch. All necessary tools and other safety equipment will be provided by the Greensand Trust
Places are limited so please book by 31 October 2016.
This training session is part of the Greensand Trust Working Woodland Centre programme of learning. If you would like to find out about other courses and training sessions please visit www.greensandtrust.org or follow us on Twitter @GreensandTrust.