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Oak Silviculture - RFS one day training course

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An RFS one day course with Bryan Elliott hosted at Babworth Estate, Retford, Nottinghamshire

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Date: Thursday 01 July 2021

Instructor: Bryan Elliott

Location: Babworth Court, Babworth, and Bawtry Estate, nr Retford, Nottinghamshire

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Multi-aged silviculture has become an important aspect to the way that we understand natural forestry silviculture and the ensuing biodiversity and societal benefits that are generated.

Using existing silvicultural knowledge on how Quercus robur trees have evolved and thrived throughout Europe needs to be expanded with an understanding of the philosophy of species and natural processes. Understanding of the species' silvicultural requirements enables UK Woodland Managers to encourage Oak woodland to thrive and deliver biodiversity and societal benefits.

The course involves theoretical study in the morning with visual presentations of oak silviculture at a location near Babworth Estate, followed by practical demonstrations of potential oak management at Bawtry Estate a few miles north of Retford.

The key learning outcome will be the ability to work with the silvicultural requirements of oak to encourage healthy, thriving oak plantations and woodlands in UK.

Duration: 10.00am to 4.00pm.

Price: £75.00 for RFS members / £85.00 for non RFS members

Note : please bring a packed lunch as lunch is not provided.

About the tutor:

Bryan Elliott of Devon Forestry Consultants has been managing forests throughout UK for around 35 years with an interest in international silviculture. He holds a degree in Forestry Management from Canterbury University, NZ under the tutelage of Dr Graham Whyte. Bryan is a member of Institute of Chartered Foresters, Forest Industry Safety Accord (FISA), Confederation of Forest Industries (Confor) and the Royal Forestry Society.

The utilization and development of scarce timber resources throughout the world has become uppermost in our comprehension of natural silvicultural processes. The way that we understand natural forest processes and the impact that we have as forest managers and custodians on societal needs and inherent biodiversity pressures influences the ability of our forests to respond and thrive.


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