Zoom lecture by John Ducie
Time: 8:00 pm
Our heritage trees are among the oldest living objects in the country and, as such, are an integral and valuable part of our natural and cultural landscape. When we look at our history, our literature and poetry, our music and art, we find trees as part and parcel of our identity and expression.
As well as the “living history” they represent, old trees and ancient woodlands have a high biodiversity and conservation value as they support a complex web of plants and animals and are unique in the quantity and variety of life they sustain, above and below ground.