Events Calendar
Oct 25
12:00 - 17:00
#EmpFest17 - Introduction to Woodland Management
Careers & Employability events at Canterbury
Employability Festival 2017


The event will consider the traditional woodland management practices employed in Britain in the past and how these have impacted the development of woodland habitat to produce the nature we now see before us. Identification and discussion will be made of the different tree species present in mixed deciduous woodlands and the relationship between their growth habit, the properties of the timber they produce, and the traditional craft uses to which these timbers have been put - including demonstration and instruction in the safe use of some basic forestry tools. Note: participants must wear study shoes (safety shoes if you have them - there are some available to borrow) - and old/work clothes.

Please show your Kent One card to gain 10 Employability Points for attending this event

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Billhook Nook,
Brotherhood Woods
United Kingdom
Canterbury map


Open to Conservation students but open to all,

Contact: Careers & Employability Service
T: 01227 823299
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