Join our Trafford Citizen Forester event at the National Trust estate Dunham Massey, help to improve your local green spaces for both wildlife and users!
Meet like-minded people, learn about your local environment and gain practical skills.
Whether you give 1 day or 1 hour, by becoming a Citizen Forester you're spreading the word about the City of Trees movement and helping us to achieve our vision of bringing more woodland back into positive management across Greater Manchester.
You can also have the chance to see the great work that goes on in maintaining the wonderful parkland around Dunham Massey Hall, a National Trust heritage site.
On the 21st February, we will be tree planting with the skilled people that work to enhance the Dunham Massey estate. This will help to improve the age diversity of the trees on the site and increase wildlife diversity.
The session takes place 10am - 2pm; gloves, tools and equipment will be provided.
Please wear appropriate footwear and clothing for working outside, in potentially wet conditions.
Light refreshments are provided, however we advise you bring lunch if you are staying the for the whole event. Please note there is no toilet available at this part of the site.
Meeting point: At the enterance to the Visitors Centre for Dunham Massey Hall.
Parking is possible in Dunham Massey carpark, we will then be directed to the planting site by theNational Trust Ranger staff.
If you are interested in attending please contact Trianna - firstname.lastname@example.org | 0161 872 1660
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