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Land Management & Conservation
Wednesday (A.M.)

Land Management & Conservation - Wednesday's 9.30am till 12pm

Those who live out in the country will be more than aware of BASC, most probably have insurance with them, however for those that do not, it is the British Association of Shooting and Conservation. 


With over 150,000 members in the United Kingdom alone, BASC is a key figure in Land management and educating the next generation in the ways of old. Running on the same wavelength as Roots, we are proud to be working alongside this organisation, teaching children and adults, the synergy between wild animals and human beings in nature.


We will provide education within the following fields during these sessions.


  • Shooting and Country Sports 

  • Pest and Predator Control

  • Land Management 

  • Butchery/Cooking

  • Target Shooting

  • Conservation

  • Air gunning


This session is perfect for the future farmers, teaching a multitude of skills across the board ranging from basics such as how to protect your land, to hand eye coordination, to living off the land around you.

What you need to know...

We understand that all children have varied needs, regardless of their age or background. Some may thrive off the independence they gain from coming to Roots, however some may need a little extra reassurance and support from a familiar face. For this reason, we allow you to make the decision whether you would like to drop your children off for their session, or whether you would like to stay on site with them. As we are a working farm, there are rules of which you will need to agree and adhere to if you chose to stay on site. These can be read in full detail within our waiver, of which will you receive upon booking.

This session runs from 9.30 am until 12 pm with a short break midway through. There is also the option of staying for lunch if you would like to spend the whole day with us. Please select this option upon booking and bring a packed lunch with you.


Please ensure that your child is dressed suitably for the session. We recommend old clothes that you don't mind getting mucky and sturdy shoes or boots. Please also bring a water bottle.


A waiver MUST be completed and signed before the child can attend their first session. This will be emailed to you shortly after booking, please contact us as soon as possible if you do not receive it.

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