Coppicing Volunteer Event at Bryngarw Country Park
Bryngarw Country Park needs volunteers... dating back to the Stone Age, coppicing is a woodland management practice of cutting trees and shrubs down to ground level to promote vigorous re-growth of many smaller shoots. By renewing constant fresh growth and removing old or dead wood, it can help to prolong the life of the tree, allowing the tree to live for a lot longer, and also provides a sustainable supply of timber for park projects and creating habitats for the creatures that live in the woodland at Bryngarw Country Park.
Please bring weather appropriate clothing and suitable footwear, as we will be venturing off the established paths.
All tools and training will be provided on the day but PLEASE BRING GLOVES, gardening gloves are a perfect choice for this.
This activity forms part of the Welsh Government and The National Lottery Heritage Fund 'The Woodland Investment Grant (TWIG)'.
Bryngarw Country Park
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