We carry out a wide variety of conservation work.
Our work in woodland includes the selective removal of invasive introduced species. We are also responsible for coppicing, making new rides to improve access and improving habitat particularly for butterflies.
We plant native trees, hedges and wildflowers to improve habitat for wildlife.
Our management of sites includes pond clearance, hedgelaying and meadow management.
We carry out a variety of construction tasks including laying paths, erecting and repairing fencing as well as building sleeper bridges and stiles.
All our tasks are coordinated with Solihull Council as part of their conservation plans. Our work is coordinated with the work of other conservation groups as well as Solihull council park rangers and contractors.
The tasks are lead by a trained group member experienced in the work. Full instruction on tool use, working methods and safety are given. Safety equipment is provided and several group members are trained in first aid.
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We have several informative and colourful posters which describe what we do. Please feel free to download them here. If you know anyone else who may be interested in our work then perhaps print one or more of the posters and let them have a look.
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