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Forest Schools at the Greenlight Trust

Have you discovered Forest Schools with the Trust yet.?

A great way to learn, explore and have fun in  woodland areas.

Accredited training and courses for volunteers, teachers and woodland practitioners. Find out much more here...

Home Covert - 2015 Plant Survey


''Members were given a plan of Home Covert and asked to plot the location of a small number of species each, working in pairs where possible. Nick Sibbett, a competent botanist, was available during the survey, to advise on identification and mapping, where necessary. The survey took around one hour in good weather''.

 Read the full findings here...

Ram Meadow - Bat Survey 2015

 

'On 18th July 2015 members of Woodland Ways, led by Nick Sibbert, a licenced bat surveyor and bat roost visitor trainer, walked round the site from 15 minutres before sunset until 1 hour 45 minutes after sunset. Sunset was at 2108BST.

 

Three species of bat were recorded during the survey'.

Read a full report here...

Trees go to sleep at night!

 

Our current featured web pages, see below, highlight recent  research that seems to show that trees do 'sleep' at night.

 

An interesting article from the Technical University Vienna neatly summarises the reseach. See more here.

 

You can find the full scientific research report in this Open Journal Frontiers in Plant Science here.