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Date: Thursday 29th September 2022
This event is being run in partnership with Hedgehog Friendly Campus and SOS-UK.
Join us to learn more about the incredible world of hedgerows. From nesting birds to hibernating hedgehogs, well-managed hedges can provide abundant resources for much of our wildlife. They form a key component of our natural heritage and provide many ecosystem services and functions. Yet, to maintain a healthy hedge network into the future, we need to manage hedgerows according to their natural lifecycle. A baseline assessment of hedgerow condition through surveying, can help us to tailor management that is optimal for wildlife and maintaining hedgerow health.
In this talk we will cover:
Audience: Any students interested in conservation and wildlife generally, sustainable agriculture and managing habitats for wildlife.