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Tuesday 12th March 2019

An Historic Landscape Project training day with Yorkshire Gardens Trust

The conservation of historic designed landscapes and the role of the Gardens Trusts 

This training day is intended to introduce some conservation issues facing the historic parks and gardens we so enjoy, and to offer ways in which sites may be protected. This training is designed to provide guidance for the non-professional members picking up these planning responses – both to improve their skill sets but also bolster their confidence.

This training day, including lunch and viewing some of the park and garden, is part-funded by Yorkshire Gardens Trust (YGT) and is free of charge to their members, or £10 for non-members.

For more information, please click here: The Gardens Trust Training Day

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Wednesday 22nd May to Thursday 23rd May 2019

Opportunities and Issues in Re-wilding Conference

This landmark event, which is organised by SYBRG / UKECONET and Ian Rotherham at Sheffield Hallam University, with Sophie WynneJones and colleagues at the University of Bangor in Wales, will address the issues and the potential contributions of ‘Wilder Visions’ and ‘Rewilding’ to solving these challenges.

Speakers will include Frans Vera, Tom Williamson, Charlie Burrell, Steve Carver, Sophie Wynne-Jones, Ted Green, Jill Butler, Dolly Jorgensen, Rebecca Wrigley and Richard Scott.

See the outline programme and book a place here

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Friday 21st June 2019

Summer Solstice Tree Walk at Killerton Park

Summer Solstice Tree Walk – Killerton Park – Friday 21st June 2019 – 6pm

Join Founder President of the Ancient Tree Forum, Ted Green, and Jill Butler, for a stroll around some of Killerton Park’s most fascinating trees.

Trees can tell us so much if we only knew how to read them, and Ted and Jill will teach you how to do just that!

Spaces are limited, so please call the Killerton team on 01392 881345 or Email Here to book your place.

This year, the Killerton team are raising funds to help care for the majestic trees and magical woods on the estate. Donations welcome.

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Wednesday 4th September to Friday 6th September 2019

Woodland and Tree Archaeology Conference

SYBRG (Econet) and partners are organising a 3-day event in September 2019 following on from their Investigating Tree Archaeology, May 2018 conference. This longer conference develops some of the themes identified in May 2018 allowing for more in-depth technical papers and discussions around topics that have only been touched on.

There will be keynote presentations through the conference and sessions that explore specific themes around:

• The Holly and the Thorn – history, ecology, folklore and ethnology: A prickly issue?,
• Tree Archaeology: history, heritage, technology, management and conservation, and
• An Enigma? – Ageing multi-stemmed trees: archaeology, history and scientific analysis

There will be a field visit, panel discussions focused on each of the themes, poster presentations and displays.

See the outline programme and book a place here

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Partner Events

  • Tuesday 12th March 2019

    An Historic Landscape Project training day with Yorkshire Gardens Trust

    Bramham Park, Wetherby, West Yorkshire, LS23 6ND

    A training Day: The conservation of historic designed landscapes and the role of the Gardens Trusts

  • Wednesday 22nd May 2019 to Thursday 23rd May 2019

    Opportunities and Issues in Re-wilding Conference

    The conference will incorporate the UK launch of the Wild Europe Project (Toward a Wilder Europe? An Analysis to the Sociospatial and Cultural Effects of New Methods for Promoting and Managing Wilderness in Europe) with a themed session of presentations by the project leads.

  • Friday 21st June 2019

    Summer Solstice Tree Walk at Killerton Park

    Killerton Park, Broadclyst, Exeter, Devon, EX5 3LE

    Join founding members of the Ancient Tree Forum, Ted Green and Jill Butler, for a stroll around some of Killerton Park’s most fascinating trees for a summer soltice walk on Friday 21 June 2019.

  • Wednesday 4th September 2019 to Friday 6th September 2019

    Woodland and Tree Archaeology Conference

    Sheffield Hallam University

    SYBRG (Econet) and partners are organising a 3-day event in September 2019 following on from their Investigating Tree Archaeology, May 2018 conference. This longer conference develops some of the themes identified in May 2018 allowing for more in-depth technical papers and discussions around topics that have only been touched on.

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