Woolmands Wood and Cliveden House – Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Division
Kindly hosted by Johnathan and Rosie Rushworth, Neil Chamberlain and Tim Crawford, National Trust. Looking at Corsican Pine and Norway Spruce, tree management in a formal setting.
Morning – Woolmans Wood last visited by members in 2008, looking at Corsican Pine and Norway Spruce planted on ancient woodland .
Afternoon – Cliveden House, tree management in a formal garden setting, woodland management for historic landscapes and the impact of Ash Dieback.
For more information regarding this meeting please contact the local Honorary Secretary, Tim Shardlow on firstname.lastname@example.org
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