Using Woodland Indicators & Reading Tree'd Landscapes
Workshops series (six events); various dates/venues April-June 2017
These six 1-day workshops are being run by SYBRG with support from Sheffield Hallam University and funding from BES. They are suitable for landscape archaeologists and historians, researchers and students; as well as ecologists with an interest in using indicators to interpret landscapes; and local volunteers. The workshops are designed to develop skills in using woodland indicator species to gain a greater understanding of the history within tree’d landscapes: ancient semi-natural woods (ASNW); planted ancient woodland sites (PAWS); wood-pasture and wood-meadows; and shadow woods. Each of the workshops is in a different location and includes site visits exploring a variety of tree’d landscapes in North Notts., East, South & West Yorkshire, and North Derbyshire. The locations take in sites with different underlying geology, climate and historical and present-day usage and management.
Information, venues details and online booking available on tghe event page: Using Woodland Indicators & Reading Tree'd Landscapes
The SYBRG team