Woodland Wings work parties : 3rd Sunday each month
Salcey Forest Conservation Work Parties
3rd Sunday every month from September 2018 onwards
A brand new volunteer group will be starting in the Salcey forest area to improve habitats for butterflies and moths. The sessions will run between 10am – 1pm, but you can stay for as little or as long as you like. Tools and refreshments will be provided.
Sunday 16th September
Sunday 21st October
Sunday 18th November
Sunday 16th December
Sunday 20th January
Sunday 17th February
Refreshments (provided) for tea/coffee break during the session.
Meet at the ‘horsebox’ car park on Midshires Way
Grid ref. SP810508
Aimed at both the complete beginner and more experienced
conservationists alike, join us for some woodland ride management in Salcey Forest. We would like to maintain and make the habitat more suitable for woodland butterflies, including the Wood White and Black Hairstreak.
We will be removing and reducing some of the small scrub and trees alongside the paths with hand tools (bowsaws and loppers), to reduce shading and encourage more nectar and caterpillar food plant species.
You are welcome to come along for as much or as little of this time as suits you, but please let us know if you are coming so that we can bring enough tools and contact you if plans change.
Work is with hand tools only, which will be provided.
Please wear stout footwear and suitable clothing for the weather.
Please let us know if you would like to join us by contacting the Woodland Wings Project Officer, Caz Temple: 07483 039 326, email@example.com
- Douglas Goddard
- 01604 408670