420 trees had been organised from the Woodland Trust. We have replaced dead trees and scrubland with native varieties.
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Woodland Trust donated 420 native whips to be planted at the CRT triangle of land adjacent to the winding hole at Little Tring. The planting which was delayed by the second lockdown has been rearranged for Thursday 17th and Friday 18th December, contact email@example.com if you can help.
Date: Wednesday 16th September 10.00am – 3.30pmThis free training will focus on principles of ecological surveying, environmental appraisals, legislation and protected species. The afternoon will include a visit where we will conduct a site walkover survey along the Wendover Canal to put the morning’s learning into practice. Course limited to 8 people. The workshop will be run […]
Thirteen children and guardians arrived on Friday 25th evening at Green Park with the purpose of beautifying the new parkland alongside Whitehouses. Next morning the weather was not looking good, but the planting of the 2000 snowdrop bulbs started. The bonfire was lit to consume the branches left from the recent adult work party.Sunday proved […]
We have had such a successful winter’s restoration that we were running out of materials. We started the May work party early to take several deliveries, then lined the next section of canal right up to the mooring wall next to Bridge 4. We successfully used cheaper wheeled instead of tracked dumpers, though one of […]
A glorious day – great to have Chiltern Canoe Club (plus dogs !) paddle boarding. We are grateful to Councillor Penny Hearn, Mayor of Tring who joined us for the afternoon and drew what has turned out be our last Grand Draw (see separate post).
What a transformation since the snow! While our Work Party has been restoring order to the mud left behind by winter, our Publicity was at the IWA Cavalcade at Little Venice, Paddington, London.