We are delighted to be partners in the Building Resilience in South West Woodlands project hosted by Plantlife who were awarded £433,700 from the National Lottery Heritage Fund to explore ways to make these special woodlands resilient to change, better understood and fully celebrated as part of the region’s natural heritage.
There will be plenty of opportunities in the Tamar Valley AONB to get involved. The project will deliver citizen science opportunities for volunteers including carrying out Rapid Woodland Assessments and learning more about some of our most rare and threatened lower plants.
We will also be delivering Forest Bathing sessions in 2020 – more details coming soon.
There is a great range of resources on the Building Resilience webpages on the Plantlife website.
Find out more about the project on the Plantlife website or click on the image below to download the leaflet.