Prince Harry to see work being undertaken on Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy
Prince Harry will pay a visit to Epping Forest this Wednesday, to view the Wood Pasture Restoration Project which is part of The Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy. During his visit, Prince Harry will learn about the area’s natural heritage and meet with the people involved with the conservation of ancient trees.
The Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy (QCC) is a conservation initiative which aims to create a global network of indigenous forests in order to benefit benefit local communities and wildlife, both now and in the future. The project was launched by Her Majesty at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in 2015.
Prince Harry will have the chance to view firsthand the work being undertaken at Epping Forest as a part of the QCC project, including efforts to reinstate cattle grazing using satellite collars and the introduction fenceless grazing technology. The Prince will also meet a team of arborists and receive a briefing on wood pasture management.