Aish South BrentExplore this wood
Join assistant site manager Sam Manning for a short walk around Penstave Copse to learn about how we are managing the wood and the effects of ash dieback.
Penstave Copse, South Brent, Devon
Credit: Paul Moody / WTML
Walk around the woodland and learn more about the tree disease ash dieback (Hymenoscyphus fraxineus) and the impact that this is having at Penstave Copse.
Assistant site manager Sam Manning will walk you through the programme of woodland management works that are planned for 2021-2026, to deal with and mitigate the impacts of ash dieback. Sam will explain how this management work will contribute to the overall ecological resilience of the wood.
The walk is part of the consultation for our Management Plan and will include discussion on path closures and diversions.
The walk will be approximately one hour.
All children must be accompanied by an adult.
Please dress appropriately for the weather and walking in the woods.
We are now in tick season so long trousers and enclosed shoes are advised. Please bring a hat and sun-cream or rainwear as necessary.
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