Finding Your Way Through The Urban Forest (Ely, Cambridgeshire)

A free Urban Forest and Tree & Woodland Strategy Planning Workshop for Local Authority Tree and Woodland Officers


Kenton Rogers  MICFor., MSc For, FRGS (Treeconomics), Anne Jaluzot (Green Infrastructure Planning Consultant), Keith Sacre MICFor., MScArb (Barcham)


Barcham Trees,
 Eye Hill Drove, Ely, 


9 May 2024

Join us at this free Urban Forest and Tree & Woodland Strategy Planning workshop for Local Authority Tree Officers, on site at Barcham Trees, Ely, Cambridgeshire.


There is an ever-growing plethora of good and freely-available information about planning and managing tree populations and the urban forest. 

This is especially true now, as the importance of trees is increasingly being recognised. However, navigating through all of this information can be time consuming and overwhelming, and a disincentive to taking action.

To help you get started, or to further your current programme in a more organised and effective way, this fully interactive workshop will guide you through with a step-by-step approach.

The workshop offers a unique opportunity to save time, strategise your plans and to share and learn from the experiences of peers and practitioners.

Using existing guidance from a wide range of sources, together with first-hand experiences from the experts, we will explore recent programmes and plans from Birmingham, Belfast, London, Lyon, Manchester, and others.

You will leave the day with a full outline plan, links to freely-available resources and toolkits, a head full of ideas, and an expanded network of new colleagues.

Enhance your understanding of urban forestry concepts, boost your skills, and contribute more positively to the development of sustainable treescapes.

Spaces are limited, priority will be given to local authority greenspace and tree and woodland officers.

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