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Find out what seminars, conferences and general events are taking place and where they are. 

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This conference will focus on the ecosystem services of floodplain meadows, and community involvement and restoration of floodplain meadows. There will also be two site visits.

Event location: Cotswold Water Park, Four Pillars Hotel, South Cerney, Gloucestershire
Event date: 14 May 2014 - 15 May 2014

This course will give participants the confidence to identify a wide range of grasses and sedges using non-flowering features. Several species will be examined throughout the course and repeated extensively.

Event location: Old Sarum, Castle Road, Salisbury, Wiltshire SP1 3SD
Event date: 15 May 2014 09:00

An introductory day looking at how to identify woodland ground flora, in particular ancient woodland indicator species.  We will look at woodland management methods - including techniques to improve ground flora. 

Event location: Flimwell, Surrey
Event date: 15 May 2014 10:00

The morning session will be spent identifying woodland flora in the Forest of Falkland where broadleaved, coniferous and felled/disturbed habitats can be compared. The afternoon site visit to Formonthills Forest, Glenrothes, will offer the opportunity to see woodland wildflower introduction trials stretching back to 1998. We will also discuss woodland ecology and management over the course of the day.

Event location: Fife
Event date: 20 May 2014 10:00

Learn how to identify wild flower, grass, sedge and fern species which are typical indicators of ancient woodlands. We will consider what other conditions woodland flora can indicate such as pH, nutrient enrichment and presence of water sources and how to manage or improve woodland for its flora.  Methods of introducing ground flora to new woods will also be considered.

Event location: Lathkill Dale, Derbyshire
Event date: 20 May 2014 10:00

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