We offer sessions for students from secondary schools to work in their local woodlands and learn about the wildlife and local environment.
This photo shows students from the Royal Grammar School in High Wycombe working hard in one of the local woodlands.
Duke of Edinburgh Award:
As part of community or service sections time can be spent with a Ranger working to improve one of the sites we manage for the community and for wildlife.
These are aimed at A-level biology, geography and ecology students primarily. Over two days get to grips with British habitats and the work required to manage them and the rationale that underpins it all. DAY ONE is an enriching spring or summer session on site discovering a woodland. DAY TWO in the following autumn/winter term you can come and get stuck in on a practical task to enhance the site for future generations of people and wildlife.