Since completing a successful pre-planting survey last summer at the University's new research woodland, Gair Wood, Alana Thornton has returned to the site this year for a master's research project.
The final tree at Gair Wood has now been planted by Anna Gugan, one of the key team members behind the design and creation of the woodland.
Volunteer planting efforts began this week at the University of Leeds’ new research woodland, Gair Wood.
Alana Thornton researched the diversity of animals currently found in the grassland habitat that is destined to become Gair Wood.
When the University decided that they wanted to establish a new woodland for Leeds, they asked the team at UBoC to lead the planning and design.
Planting for a new woodland has begun on land owned by the University of Leeds on the northern edge of the city.
Ben Hodgson just completed a six-week Research Experience Placement (REP) on the Gair Wood Project.
The University of Leeds is developing plans for one of the most significant woodland creation projects in the north of England.