Warburg Nature Reserve and Bix Hall Estate – Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Division
Kindly hosted by BBOWT Nick Evans and Active Woodlands. Impact of Ash Die-back, proactive management of Ash on a mixed estate.
Morning – Warburg Nature Reserve, the impact of Ash Dieback and the implications of managing sites for wildlife and public recreation.
Afternoon – Bix Hall Estate looking at the proactive management of Ash on a mixed estate with sporting, aesthetic and commercial objectives.
For more information regarding this meeting please contact the local Honorary Secretary, Tim Shardlow on email@example.com
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