Jun 19 Flora locale practical conservation and biodiversity workshops in July By Tracy

There are some really interesting courses coming up all over the place, take a look…

Conservation management of upland-fringe meadows: Ref W4
Wednesday 1 July, 1 – 4pm
Location: Elan Valley, Powys

Introducing woodland wildflowers into new wood: Ref SW2
Thursday 2 July
Location: West Dorset
Facilitator: Dr Jo Francis

Pond creation and conservation: Ref SE3
Tuesday 7 July
Location: Oxford
Facilitator: Rod d’Ayala

Grassland restoration, management and creation under Higher Level Stewardship (HLS) :Ref SW3
Thursday 9 July
Location Bath
Facilitator: Emorsgate Seeds

Woodland wildflowers for new woods: Ref E3
Thursday 16 July
Location: Marston Moretaine, Bedfordshire
Facilitator: Colin Carpenter Community Tree Trust*

An introduction to grassland management: Ref W7
Wednesday 22 July, 2 – 5pm
Location: Carmel, Carmarthenshire
Facilitator: Grasslands Trust

Constructed wetland systems: Ref M1
Thursday 23 July
Location: Bringsty, Herefordshire
Facilitator: Jay Abrahams, Biologic Design

An introduction to grasslands for butterflies: Ref N1
Thursday 30 July
Location: Morecambe Bay, Lancs
Facilitator: David Wainwright, Butterfly Conservation Trust*

For full course details and to reserve your place email info@floralocale.org or see the training and events pages on the website at
http://www.floralocale.org/content.asp?did=23773

Fee £100 / concessions £75 (events in Wales thanks to support from CCW and the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation are free)


Claire McCorquodale
Training Administrator

Flora Locale
Postern Hill Lodge
Marlborough
SN8 4ND

T. 01672 515723
www.floralocale.org <http://www.floralocale.org/>
Flora locale is a UK registered company 3539595; a charity registered in England and Wales (1071212) and in Scotland (SC039001).
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