Course 1: Ancient Woodland Indicators.

Ground flora can be used to give an indication whether a site has been continuously wooded for a long period of time. These are known as ancient woodland indicator plants, and can be an easy way to determine the ancient status of a wood. The lists of these AWI will be different depending on which areas of the UK you are, but. the more of these species found in a wood, the more likely it is to be ancient.

This is a one day course where we will be exploring one of the many denes along the Durham Coast. We will find ancient woodland indicators plants inside these woods and practice how to identify them. There will be follow up online and practical exercises to boost your knowledge and ID skills.

1 day at £80
Hawthorn Dene,
County Durham

Saturday 22nd May 2021

One day course where we will be exploring Hawthorn Dene along the Durham Coast. We will look for ancient woodland indicators plants inside these woods and practice how to identify them.

Contact: juliageno@gmail.com or 07875544635