Workshop at Drum Castle

Drum Castle

Drum Castle (copyright C Mills)

The dendrochronology workshop I ran for the National Trust for Scotland this week was held at Drum Castle; with its intact early 17th C roofs of local oak and the beautiful 18thC oak trees in the Old Wood of Drum, both of which have been subject to tree-ring analysis, it was the perfect place to show how dendrochronology may contribute to our understanding of built and natural heritage, and reveal the connections between them.

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