Roy’s woodland survey

On 5th March Ritchie and I did a quick survey of woodlands in the project area. This photo shows a part of Inwood, with a section of the prehistoric field-system showing up as a low bank. It was good to see that under winter conditions some 80% of the sky is visible looking up through the trees, explaining why the test area for LIDAR located here has produced such good results.


Get involved!

There are many ways to get involved with the project: looking at aerial photographs, field walking, helping to plot the findings on maps, to name but a few.  For those interested in helping with the project, we will also be running training sessions on reading aerial photographs, identifying earthworks, and other skills.

If you are interested in getting involved with this exciting project, please contact Roy Canham on 01225 866748 or at

If you’re not sure what you could do to help, read our How To Get Involved blog post.

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