Identifying Broadleaf Trees in Summer – Trees for Cities event

The education charity, Field Studies Council, are offering limited free places on one day spring tree identification and care training courses to people living in 7 coastal areas in England: Bexhill-on-Sea, Brighton & Hove, Great Yarmouth, Hull, Portsmouth, Ramsgate and Stockton-on-Tees, plus their surrounding urban areas.

As part of the Forgotten Places Project, connect with nature and improve your knowledge and skills to plant, protect and promote urban trees. Join us to discover your local trees this year.

Identifying Broadleaf Trees in Summer
Our free Identifying Broadleaf Trees in Summer course is a beginner level course.

At the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Identify a range of common broadleaf trees in summer
  • Become familiar with the more commonly found species in your area
  • Use features such as leaves and bark to identify species
  • Describe leaf shape and recognise basic botanical terms and other useful features
  • Identify careers working with trees and how you can access these

Register your interest by the 20th June 2022 for your chance to reserve a place on one of our summer tree courses in 2022. You will be notified by the 24th June if you have been successful and will then need to book your free place.

There will then be a second round of allocations. We aim to communicate whether you have been successful or not by the 15th July.

Registration takes less than 5 minutes. Numbers are limited so register now! T&Cs apply.

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