Coppicing Workshop: An Introduction to Woodland Management

  • Sat 10 February 2018
  • 10 am – 4 pm

As part of a dynamic programme of events to complement our current exhibition ‘The Land We Live In – The Land We Left Behind’, we are delighted to welcome Greg Power from the Wild Resources team, who will be sharing his extensive knowledge of woodland management in this special one-day workshop. This is a unique opportunity to learn traditional skills using hand tools including saws and axes. You will be taught fail safe techniques to coppice woodland that will benefit both you and the environment. A series of photographs documenting your work and its progress will be sent to you in the Spring. These photos will show what your hard work has created in the coupe. All equipment will be provided for the day. You will need to bring with you: Clothing appropriate for the weather (e.g. waterproofs, wellies, warm layers) Safety gloves Notebook and/or camera (if required) Tickets are £90 per person, including lunch at Roth Bar & Grill Menu Elderflower & sparkling water Castlemead Farm chicken, Ceasar dressing Primrose Cottage leaves, potatoes Vanilla yogurt panna cotta, seasonal fruit Saturday 10 February Buy ticket About Wild Resources Wild Resources works to educate and inform chefs and communities on the best practices for foraging, stalking, fishing and forestry, with a focus on sustainability and seasonality. Greg Power, lives near Bruton, Somerset. He grew up in a small village called Brewham and spent lots of time as young boy playing in the woods there. His passion for nature and outdoors continued in to his adult life. Greg joined the British Army and travelled to many countries as part of his duty. After leaving the Army Greg followed his passion for teaching. He has been involved in adult education for over 15 years and has a Life Long Learning Sector qualification to enable him to share his skills with others. Greg qualified as a Bushcraft Instructor in 2005 and has led many courses and experience since then. In addition to this Greg is a craftsman and has been turning wooden bowls and making wooden items for over 10 years.