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Nov 17 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm Maymessy
The theory of fruit growing with Incredible Edible Oxford, including: – an overview of fruits that grow well locally – how to care for your fruit plants – different varieties, including more unusual and heritage fruits – propagation – designing … Read More
Nov 18 all-day Aston Rowant
Another of our regular monthly visits to Aston Rowant National Nature Reserve, managed by Natural England and situated on the western edge of the Chilterns with extensive views across the Oxfordshire plain. The Reserve supports juniper, an extensive variety of … Read More
Nov 25 all-day Pissen Wood, Oxfordshire
We were last here in the winter of 2016 to coppice hazel and install wire cages around the stools to protect the re-growth from being grazed by deer. Today we’ll return to remove those cages, do some more coppicing, and … Read More
Dec 2 all-day Matthew Arnold Field
Matthew Arnold Field in Boars Hill is a mixed woodland and grassland site, named after the poet, cultural critic and influential schools’ inspector Matthew Arnold, and owned and managed by the Oxford Preservation Trust. At the beginning of the year … Read More
Dec 9 all-day Rectory Farm Fields, Kidlington
The plan today is to crack on with the hedge-laying at Rectory Farm Fields, in Old Kidlington. We were last here at the end of September and we’ll look to lay, stake, and bind some more sections of hedge. There … Read More
Dec 16 all-day Aston Rowant
Our final visit of the year to a favourite site on the cusp of the Chilterns managed by Natural England. It’s more likely than not that we’ll be working either in the woods or on the grassland slopes. Exact details … Read More
Dec 30 all-day Crecy Hill LWS, Tackley, Oxfordshire
Our final task of 2018, and a great way to blow away the Christmas fug. Created in 1997, Crecy Hill Local Nature Reserve is a County Wildlife Site and Local Nature Reserve in Tackley, ten miles north of Oxford. The … Read More