Woodlands for Life
Woodland is becoming increasingly recognised as a valuable asset in the fight against climate change, in providing habitat to encourage biodiversity and in helping to secure our own wellbeing.
Thursday 17 October, 2019, 19.30 - 21.30
Harrogate Ladies' College
Harrogate, HG1 2QG
The Northern Forest project, announced by the government in 2018, is set to increase our woodland cover by one third, with 50 million trees to be planted over the next 25 years, growing and linking existing community forests from Liverpool to Hull.
It will bring many benefits to the Harrogate District, which sits centrally within the White Rose Forest - one of the existing community forests.
This event provides an opportunity to learn more about the Northern Forest project itself and the many benefits it will bring to the Harrogate District.
Pip Borrill, Head of Partnerships, Woodland Trust
The Northern Forest - the Time is Now
Keith Wilkinson, Bilton Conservation Group
Nidd Gorge and Bilton Fields, 2019
Forest of Knaresborough - Past, Present and Future
There will also be a chance to hear about tree planting opportunities in the District, including the Rotary Club of Harrogate’s scheme.
Refreshments will be served from 19.00.
This is a free of charge event open to everyone. Please register on our Eventbrite page if you would like to attend.