SUSTAINABLE WOODLAND MANAGEMENT
Mon 6th - Fri 10th Nov 2017
Tutor: Ben Law
Refreshments and meals included
Mon Tues Weds Thurs Fri
09:30 09:30 08:30 08:30 09:00
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ABOUT THE COURSE
Our fascinating 5-day Sustainable Woodland Management training course teaches biodiversity conservation and woodland management skills through practical and theoretical sessions at both our Centre in the Hampshire South Downs and Ben Law's Prickly Nut Woods nearby. The course covers:
THE COURSE WILL GIVE PARTICIPANTS
WHO IS THIS COURSE SUITABLE FOR?
Suitable for those planning to or currently managing a woodland, beginners and professionals.
WHAT TO BRING/WEAR
ABOUT THE TUTOR
Ben Law lives and works at Prickly Nut Woods in West Sussex, where apart from making a living from coppicing, he trains apprentices and runs courses on sustainable woodland management, ecobuilding and permaculture design.
Ben is author of 'The Woodland Way, a permaculture approach to sustainable woodland management' and 'The Woodland House', which charts the building of his unique cruck framed home in the woods. The building of his house was filmed for Channel 4's Grand Designs programme and proved to be the most popular program of the series.
RESERVE A COURSE PLACE WITH A DEPOSIT
For this course, we will accept a £75 non-refundable booking deposit per place and the final balance is due no later than two weeks before the course date.
To reserve a course place with a deposit, please contact the Courses Team - email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01730 823166.
"A very enjoyable and relaxed course which provides excellent value for money."
"Ben has been an incredibly insightful, approachable and resourceful course tutor. Very knowledgeable and totally inspiring."