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Herefordshire Wood White project 2017 Focussed upon the Wigmore Rolls, Croft woods and Haugh Wood, it concerns the conservation and expansion of rare Wood White butterfly populations for which Herefordshire has some of the best woodland habitat. guided walk in Haugh Wood Thursday 11 May 11am-3pm poster here. Other field meetings Haugh Wood 30th May, Croft Woods: 1st, 6th, 20th June, 8th July. Wigmore Rolls: 13th June and 25th July. Details download here
Thursday 11th May 7.30pm "Restoring and protecting ancient woodland and trees" talk by Vaughan Lewis at the Offa's Dyke Centre, West Street, Knighton, hosted by the Knighton Tree Allotments Trust, poster here
23rd to 24th May 2017 Wood Meadows and Pastures two day conference in Sheffield. Herefordshire ancient tree forum is submitting a paper and display on the issues affecting wood pastures, parks, veteran trees in Herefordshire, their status, ecology, means of recording and characterising them and their future. See the poster with details here and the paper we are submitting here.
Royal Forestry Society visits to Herefordshire wood in 2017 - 9th June: Batchley Farm woods Bromyard, 15th July: Upper Hall estate Ledbury, 8th September: woodlands of the Caradoc Estate Wye Valley, 20th October: Netherwood and Athelstans Wood Aconbury and Little Birch. Details from Chris Johnson local RFS secretary email@example.com Anyone is welcome to turn up as a guest but anyone interested in woodlands and their management might consider becoming a member of the RFS anyway: www.rfs.org.uk.