Wednesday 21st July, 10:00 – 16:00
A day long training course in meadow management at Stave Hill Ecology Park – all aspects of theory and practical application concerning grassland management and how to maximise biodiversity of flower rich meadows especially for bees and butterflies. Led by Rebeka Clark – site manager of Stave Hill and an very experienced BTCV trainer.
Includes background on historical ecology- how grasslands are created, some wild flower ID, tool use and safety, plus practical methods of management.
This course must be pre booked and a registration form filled out on arrival. Joining instructions including further information on what to bring and map of the meeting site will be sent out when booking is confirmed.
Refreshments provided, please bring a packed lunch and prepare for all weather conditions!