How To Get Involved

There are many ways to get involved!

The woodland work season is in full swing and the CLS community woodland programme are running a number of events over the coming month.  You can have some family fun by helping build a bird box as part of National Bird Box Week or celebrate the new forest school at the Community Farm in Dorchester with Transition Town Dorchester. Or you can get stuck in to some serious woodland conservation work with Prime Coppice or Dorset Wildlife Trust.  You never know, you may even get paid in logs for your effort!
 
Some up and coming woodland events for your diary:
 
14 February: Bird Box Building at Allington Hill with Magdalen Farm
20 February: Bird Box Building at Stoke Abbott with Dorset Wildlife Trust
28 February: Woodland conservation volunteers with Prime Coppice at Whitchurch Canonicorum
3 March: Woodland conservation volunteers with Dorset Wildlife Trust at Stoke Abbott
5 March: Family Fun at the Community Farm with Transition Town Dorchester
13 March: Woodland conservation volunteers with Prime Coppice at Whitchurch Canonicorum
 
Get in touch with Ian Rees, Dorset AONB Countryside Officer on 0135 228235 or i.rees@dorsetcc.gov.uk if you would like to find out more.
 

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