Soil quality issues in land regeneration to woodland

South East England Soils Discussion Group (SEESOIL) spring 2008 meeting

5th June 2008

What was the event?

Bringing together soil scientists from the south-east of England to share experience and discuss soil issues. The theme of this meeting was to discuss soil quality issues in the process of land regeneration to greenspace.

Three sites were visited in London: Thamesmead, Jeskyns Community Woodland and Ingrebourne Hill, all presenting different issues of soil quality, different regeneration schemes and in different stages of the regeneration process.

The visits were lead by researchers from the Land Regeneration and Urban Greening Group of Forest Research, Alice Holt, who are carrying research and survey work at the sites.

Meeting flier (PDF-52K)

Meeting itinery (PDF-55K)

This was a regular meeting that takes place once a year usually in the field.

Who was the event suitable for?

All SEESOIL members, but also people interested in soil use and management in addition to soil and the interaction with the wider environment.

Where did the event take place?

Sites in London (see above).


For further information please contact:

Dr. Elena Vanguelova
SEESOIL Secretary
Soils Group
Forest Research
Alice Holt Lodge
GU10 4LH

Tel: 01420 526174