Perridge Cross, near Haldon – South Western Division
Kindly hosted by Sir Harry Studholme Bt, we’ll look at an integrated management of mixed estate woodlands for multiple objectives, with an emphasis on developing diversification and resilience in the face of climate change, pests and diseases. Please arrive 9.30 for a 10.00 prompt start and bring your own packed lunch & drinks. The terrain is hilly, mainly on forest tracks, rough & steep in places (there's no flat ground at Perridge!)
Access via B3212 Exeter to Moretophampstead road: follow RFS signs from Perridge Cross (at the top of the hill just south of Longdown) to parking area. NGR SX832903 / W3W: hedge/slams/liked to top of main entrance drive.
There is also the RFS Managing for Resilience report which features Perridge as one of its case studies (pages 31-34). It can be accessed: https://rfs.org.uk/news-list/managing-for-resilience-ten-case-studies/ and download “full report”.
For more information regarding this meeting please contact Rupert Baker firstname.lastname@example.org
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