About the event
An introduction to traditional methods of meadow management used to improve botanical interest.
Learn the safe and efficient use of a traditional scythe and how to bale hay without the use of mechanisation. Discover why mid-summer mowing to cut and remove vegetation after peak flowering is important for wildflower meadows.
Suitable for adults only.
Proceeds from this event will go towards supporting the work of Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust.
This event can be purchased as an experience gift voucher from our Wildlife Gift Shop.
Price£10 per person including light refreshments
Additional booking informationFor adults aged 18 and over only
Refunds given up to 14 days in advance of the event - after this time, regrettably we cannot offer refunds
Suitable forAdults, Beginners
Know before you go
Stocker’s Lake, Springwell Reedbed and Hilfield Park Reservoir are owned by Affinity Water and managed by HMWT. Affinity Water are working in partnership with the Trust to conserve and enhance their sites for wildlife and so that they are valued, used and enjoyed by their respective local communities.