Autumn Volunteer News – Wales
I don’t know about you, but I feel as though life is going whoosh again and there’s barely time for anything! As such I have organised our news in order of how much time it may take from your busy schedules – I hope you find this useful. In general, volunteer activity in Wales is back up to speed again and we have welcomed many new volunteers to our woodland working groups. I’ve even been able to plan some volunteer events, I hope to see many of you there.
Warm autumnal wishes,
Dates for your diary
I’m running several volunteer woodland walks in October and a fascinating Ancient Tree Symposium online in November. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Find out more here
Just time for a brew
Have a virtual nosey round a unique woods and meet Rob the site manager. Cefn Ila is just outside Usk and has a fascinating history and many characterful features to explore.
Keep an eye out for the arrival of autumn in your area. Our winter bird visitors; Fieldfare and Redwing arrive from the end of September. Beech, hazel and rowan leaves start to fall from October onwards. Record your local wildlife wonders and help the Woodland Trust study the impact of climate change.
Kirsten has been engaging a primary school with their local woods. And now they are showing the way…
Quiet evening in
Find out about the increased risk of wildfires on our estate and how we manage this risk with support from our volunteers. Delivered by our Head of Health and Safety, Nick Hall, and illustrated with case studies.
Catch the video of our online training here.