Working Woodlands ProjectThe Working Woodlands project aims to protect, enhance and promote the woodlands of the Greensand Ridge for their biodiversity, heritage and recreational value, their role in the landscape, as providers of ecosystem services, and as part of the rural economy. Main objectives of the project are to: better understand our local woodlands, their importance, the challenges they face and possible solutions raise awareness of the importance of our local woodlands and their management and encourage people to visit and enjoy them responsibly promote the beneficial and sustainable management of our local woodlands continue to develop the Working Woodlands Centre as a base for training, education and visiting Maulden Wood, and as a focus for woodland initiatives on the Greensand Ridge About the centre Facilities Find us Training courses Events News Learning activities Venue Hire Support What's going on Events Woodland Archaeology Day ** We're delighted to announce this course is now Fully Booked** Spend a day with woodland archaeology expert John Morris of the Chiltern Woodlands Project uncovering some of the secrets of Maulden Wood. Learn about woodland archaeological features, including woodbanks, ridge and furrow and banks around medieval assarts, and how best to protect them. Indoor session will examine old maps and other documentary evidence followed by a visit to Maulden Wood to see these features for real. Please wear appropriate clothing and footwear for the outdoor visit Lunch provided - please advise us of any specific dietary requirements This workshop is supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund through the Greensand Country Landscape Partnership This event sold out last year so we advise early booking! This event is now fully booked.