Small Woods offer an array of events throughout the year for both members and non-members. These range from online talks, workshops and seminars to visits to members woodlands, and meet and greets at shows across the UK. A full range of upcoming events can be found in the course calendar below with categories as follows:
Online Events: We aim to bring you a range of online talks, workshops and seminars. We cover plant health (pests and disease) in some format on a monthly basis and also run some of our talks as a series. Our current series is being given in partnership with the Squirrel Accord. The final two talks are being given by Kay Haw on Red Squirrel Conservation and Grey Squirrel damage.
Members Woodlands: These events are where both members are given the opportunity to visit other members woodlands and often discuss management techniques, sharing advice and getting a taste for what other members are up to!
Meet and Greets: This is the opportunity for us to meet you and for you to find out more about what Small Woods is up to at shows all across the UK.
WoodsMeet: Being a new type of event, WoodsMeet’s are the opportunity for members and us here at Small Woods to meet one another and exchange views and input to the wider work being done by the association on members behalf.
Other Visits: Throughout the year a number of other visits will be taking place including visits to community woodlands, demonstrations, woodland businesses and more. Keep an eye on our Events Calendar below for more!
You can book a place for our events below, if it is an online event we will email you the day before with a zoom link. For more information please email Sonia at [email protected] or 01952 432769.
FSC® certification for small and community woodlands -What, why and how?
: 23 Mar 2021 - 23 Mar 2021
FSC® certification for small and community woodlands - an online event.
What could certification mean for your woodland? Why should you consider it and how would it work? A joint session from Forest Stewardship Council® UK, Community Woodlands Association, Llais y Goedwig and Small Woods Association, looking at the benefits of woodland certification and exploring what it would mean on a practical level for community and small woodlands.