Legacy to Landscape – What do forests do for us?
Friday 10 November 2017 at 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The Legacy to Landscape project comes inside for its series of winter talks. Wolves, bears in Devon? Rod Lawrence draws parallels with today’s global forests and what the forest in the Legacy project area may have looked like in the past and the range of wildlife this valuable habitat supports. Could this environment return to the UK and East Devon?
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November 2017 Legacy to Landscape – Community Heritage Project Events
A chance to see the landscape in its glorious autumn colours and help improve its wildlife value. Hedges are a valuable wildlife habitat and home to much wildlife including the elusive dormouse and feeding areas for many of our rare bats. They are they green highways along which wildlife can safely travel and thrive. The project is working to improve hedgerows and connect them to the areas of woodland in the old Shute estate area.