Team Thursday

Thursday, February 12th 2015

Today with the help of a small but dedicated band of volunteers we continued the coppicing effort in the small section of this year’s block.

The area next to the original ringing shed (which is now the seed store) has been completely transformed over the last few volunteer days.

We are really close now to completing this year’s coppice block hopefully only one more good days work and we will be done.

The work in the block has been done to a really high standard and we are really impressed with the speed that this large area has been coppiced. This is all down the effort of the volunteers, some who were here today but many more who have helped over the last few months. So once again we thank you all for your continued efforts and we really can’t wait to see what pops up in the cleared areas in the spring!
 


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