Future Roots – Skills inspired from the woods. From the past, in the present and for our future.
This group was established as a woodland restoration project in 2001 to help the Great Wood recover from the big storm of 1987. Today we focus on managing and nurturing the woodlands ecological health and offer workshops related to woodland ecology, crafts, skills and management. We also have regular volunteer days in between our workshops should you wish to join in sharing, exploring and understanding the ‘flo’ of Nature and its cycles within a beautiful woodland environment. Current Workshops are in a pdf on this link below.
Future Roots Programme is under revision and a launch in July is anticipated. Watch this space
With in the Future Roots group we have an experienced and skilled membership in woodland related management, arts, crafts and carpentry disciplines.
Current Workshop tickets https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/future-roots-stanmer-organics
Hosting collaborative workshops is also part of what we do. All related to the woods in their nature. Should you wish to learn more, volunteer, join a workshop or simply have a good collaborative idea please contact us on the email listed below.
Rafael Berrio – Director of Future Roots http://www.encountersartspace.com/portfolio/rafael-berrio/
Jon Kalviac http://www.sylvanhomes.co.uk
Gary Redding – Landtribe and http://www.flodomes.com
Harvey Malthouse – From the Wood – Woodland Management
Future Roots is located in Stanmer Organics near landmark Stanmer House, Stanmer Park, Brighton.
Accommodation can be sought in Brighton and Hove, as well as camp sites in the greater Brighton and Hove area.
Transport – Number 78 bus runs into the park on the weekends (7-10 minute walk to course site) and number 25 bus to park entrance weekdays (17-20 minute walk). By train- Falmer station (20+ minute walk), parking also available, a short (7-10 minute) walk.
For more information contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org