Back in 2001 we helped Ilia Osepashvili to attend a Continuous Cover Forestry Workshop at the Boughton Estate, Northampton.
After my summer spent with Mike Abbott in Herefordshire last year, I was very grateful to Woodland Heritage for giving me some funding to spend the winter training with coppice worker, Ben Law, in West Sussex.
About two years ago, we didn’t know our Douglas fir from our Larch, or our Ash from our Beech.
A programme of practical silvicultural training to improve the timber quality of broadleaved woodlands.
In early October I took part in Mark Yorke’s practical workshop entitled "Transforming even-aged plantations into diverse and uneven-aged forests and woods. An alternative to clear-felling."