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Resilient Ancient Treescapes - Hamilton High Parks with partners from the Ancient Tree Inventory at Chatelherault Country Park

8th May
The area south of Hamilton including Chatelherault Country Park and Cadzow Castle are immensely rich in ancient and veteran trees. Ancient Tree Hunt volunteers have surveyed here in detail and recorded more than 300 ancient trees and over 60 veterans. These trees make this an area of high value for biodiversity and are a national heritage asset. It is one of only 6 known high value hotspots in Scotland based on current data.


You are invited to attend the seminar to discuss these results. The main Ancient Tree Inventory (ATI) partners - the Woodland Trust, Ancient Tree Forum and Tree Register of the British Isles would like to work with other partners with an interest in this landscape to consider ways in which the ancient tree qualities can be protected, restored and carried forward into the future. The event will be of equal interest to those professionally involved, enthusiasts and volunteers alike.


Venue: Chatelherault Visitor Centre, Edwards Lab, Chatelherault Country Park, Ferniegair, Hamilton, ML3 7UE


To book your free place or to find out more about the day please contact: Clair McFarlan, Ancient Tree Hunt Senior Verifier Tel 07986 687055

See attached flier for more details.

Website: clairmcfarlan@gmail.com
Attached File: Resilient Ancient Treescapes - events invitation Hamilton High parks (1).pdf
 
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