Video blog – Replanting the wayleave at Budby South Forest

In this new video our outdoors team and volunteers talk about some of the work they have been doing at Budby South Forest recently.

Following the removal of tall pines by a utility company to protect overhead power lines in an area at the edge of the reserve known as the wayleave, 2,000 new native plants have been planted to create a beautiful natural screen.

Replanting the wayleave at Budby South Forest

Our volunteers and warden team describe the species they have been planting and explain why the new screen is needed to replace the removed pines.

Find out more about volunteering with us at Sherwood and Budby by clicking here.

Filmed and edited by Scruffy Whippet Media and funded by the Miner2Major Landscape Partnership Scheme.