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Cornwall Beaver Project trip

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Woodland Valley Farm

Woodland Valley Farm

Ladock

TR2 4PT

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Find out why beavers were reintroduced to Cornwall & see their amazing work first hand, alongside wider issues on sustainability in farming.

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A unique opportunity to observe beavers in their natural habitat at Woodland Valley Farm. The day-light session will include a tour of the farm and woodland with resident expert Chris Jones to investigate issues around sustainability in agriculture and farming. As dusk falls and the beavers become more active, we will learn more about the wider idea of beaver restoration in the South West, with a unique opportunity to observe the Woodland Valley beavers as they start their nocturnal rituals, earning their title of 'ecosystem engineers'.

15 places available. We also have an opportunity to extend this trip into an overnight camp depending on booking numbers. If this is something you are interested in, please let us know on the booking form.

This workshop is part of an exciting series of events, trips and workshops organised over 5 months from May-September for 11-16 year olds, aimed at tackling environmental matters & social action. They are all funded or heavily subsidised by Treverbyn Trust, the iWill Foundation and Cornwall Community Fund and have been chosen to complement the Environmental Management IGCSE, Arts Awards, Crest Awards and / or Duke Of Cornwall Awards. Check out our other events or phone us to find out more.

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Woodland Valley Farm

Woodland Valley Farm

Ladock

TR2 4PT

United Kingdom

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