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The Native Woodlands Discussion Group is a not-for-profit membership group.  It is open to anyone interested in the ecology, management, history and use of native woodlands in northern Britain.  Our members are an eclectic mixture of professional foresters, staff from government and non-government agencies, people who work with community woodlands, people involved in woodland history and archaeology, students, teachers and interested amateurs.  We also have among our members artists, musicians, writers and others who draw inspiration as well as enjoyment from our native woods.

  


Each year we hold an Annual Excursion for members, including short seminars and field visits to woodlands. The AGM is held during the Excursion, and there is also a ceilidh to give members another opportunity to let down their hair.


Workshops on various subjects suggested by members are arranged throughout the year.


We also run an annual Woodland History conference.


Click on the EVENTS link on the left to find out more about these activities.

  

New members are always welcome: click on Join Us to download the subscription form.


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IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL MEMBERS

If you are not receiving newsletters or email correspondence about NWDG events, it is probably because your records are out of date.  Remember we are not telepathic and will not know if you have moved house or changed your email address unless you tell us.  If you have moved or changed your details in the last couple of years, especially if you pay by standing order and therefore do not fill in an annual renewal form, please contact us here to update your records.

Information held on the NWDG database is used only by us for NWDG business and is never passed to third parties without your consent.

  

 





Birch woodland in the Lost Valley of Glen Coe.  Photo by Ben Averis





The photograph on the page header is of the Doire Donn Wildlife Reserve, managed by the Scottish Wildlife Trust, with Ben Nevis beyond. 
This view shows the complete range of woodland habitat in Britain: the mixed wood of birch, oak and pine in the foreground extends down to sea level; on the upper slopes of Ben Nevis are fragments of montane willow scrub.  Photo by Alison Averis

 

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