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Land management training programme 2015

RSPB to hold eight one-day courses on various aspects of wildlife and habitat management

ALTHOUGH Nature After Minerals (NAM) will not be running any land-management best-practice events in 2015, the RSPB will be running its new land management training programme, which may be of interest to those considering the best options for mineral site restoration and biodiversity.

Aimed at land owners, advisors, land managers and others involved in land and habitat management, the series of eight one-day courses will be delivered by experienced advisors who are able to draw upon techniques developed across the RSPB’s reserve network.

Running from late-June to early November, the eight courses are:

  • An introduction to wet grassland: 24 June, Millennium Hall, Horton cum Studley and RSPB Otmoor.
  • Managing solar farms for wildlife: 1 July, RSPB Hope Farm, Knapwell, Cambs.
  • Wet woodland: 16 July, RSPB Dearne Valley, Old Moor, Yorks.
  • Enhancing and managing woodlands for wildlife: 29 July, The Working Woodland Centre, Maulden Wood, Beds.
  • An introduction to reed beds: 26 August, RSPB Leighton Moss, Lancs.
  • Advanced reed bed management: 27 August, RSPB Leighton Moss, Lancs.
  • An introduction to wet grassland: 3 November, Millennium Hall, Horton cum Studley and RSPB Otmoor.
  • Advanced lowland wet grassland - managing wet grasslands into the future: 4 November, Millennium Hall, Horton Cum Studley and RSPB Otmoor.

Each course costs £80 +VAT, including refreshments and a buffet lunch (£10 discount for RSPB members).

For further information or to make a booking, call: (01767) 693308; or email: [email protected]

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