Wed, 29 Jun|
Pond Conservation Workshop - Summer Farm Walk
Join us for a tour of the restored and yet-to-be-restored ponds at Easneye Farms to learn about pond ecology, conservation and funding opportunities. We will be joined by Steve Brook from the Natural History Museum, an expert on aquatic invertebrates. Food and drinks provided.
Time & Location
29 Jun 2022, 17:45 – 20:30
Easneye Farms, Estate Office, Watersplace Farm, Ware SG12 7QQ, UK
About the event
6pm Buffet food and drinks served
6:30pm Farm tour starts
8:15pm Arrive back in yard. Refreshments served.
We will be visiting several ponds across the farm at different stages of succession and restoration, talking about management activities to boost biodiversity and funding opportunities available through FWAG East's pond project. Steve Brook from the Natural History Museum will be joining us to identify aquatic invertebrates, and to talk about the survey and monitoring activities ongoing at Easneye.
This is a free event for FWAG East members, non-members will be charged £5 per ticket.