Wildlearning - Stock Fencing
10 June 2018, 10:00 - 15:00 (Add to calendar)
In the beautiful surroundings of Suffolk Wildlife Trust's beautiful Lackford Lakes reserve, you will discover the best traditional fencing techniques to use for different tasks, including the pitfalls involved.
Suffolk Wildlife Trust's West Suffolk sites manager Will Cranstoun will give tips on the best practices to adopt to achieve effective fencing for livestock.
Following the class room work, you will move out onto the reserve to enjoy a hands-on course in erecting rugged stock fencing, designed to endure the test of time.
As you will be outside for a large part of the day, please wear suitable clothing for the weather conditions plus stout shoes/walking boots.
a packed lunch heavy duty, palm-coated work gloves (some will be available to purchase on the day) warm clothing notepad and pens/pencils
Tea, coffee and biscuits will be provided and are included in the price, but as much of the time will be spent out on the reserve please bring any extra drinks you may require when away from the centre.
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