16 June 2020
6.00pm - 8.00pm (gathering from 5.30pm)
Bradmoor Woods, Westacre Estate, Kings Lynn, PE32 1FQ.
From £5.00 per person
In this walk, guided by Fraser Bradbury, you will see the first stages of wood pasture restoration. The main focus of the project is to support specific species in this woodland and wetland site.
Rewilding is believed to be our 'hope for the future', breathing life into our landscapes and rural communities. On this walk you will see this begining to happen, starting with the recovery from overgrazing. This can help nature to recover by giving biodiversity the space to flourish, and enables numerous birds, mammals, and invertebrates to recolonise these areas.
Rewilding can empower communities to diversify - in our case through silviculture and marketing of our products - while keeping us healthy and reconnecting us with the planet. We are also improving our health and well-being through the increased sense of community and humanity, and then finally creating a positive legacy for future generations.
Walking boots required due to woodland valley walk. Booking is essential for further directions to the meeting place.
To book, contact Gary Battell on 07513 800118 before 9 June. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with enquiries.
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19 May 2020
In this walk, guided by Fraser Bradbury, you will see the first stages of wood pasture restoration in this woodland and wetland site.
16 June 2020
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