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Natural Environment Events

Our management of our breathtaking landscape is changing. We are enhancing biodiversity and sequestering carbon by creating habitat banks, transitioning to regenerative farming, and restoring the botanical complexity of our parklands. Join us at our Natural Environment events to find out more.

Join us for a series of informal evening talks about nature and landscapes, every third Tuesday of the month in the Courtyard Café. Our Future Landscape talks explore how we see, interact with, and manage our unique local landscapes, with a presentation by a guest speaker followed by an open Q&A.
Led by our experienced Game and Wildlife Conservation Manager, this 8km route traverses parts of the Estate not accessible by public footpath providing unique access and views. As you and your canine companion roam through the rich countryside, you’ll gain invaluable insights on responsible dog walking practices, ensuring a safe and enjoyable experience for all. 7 June, 5 July, 2 August.
Learn about some of the oldest trees on Castle Howard Estate. This walking tour, led by Forestry Manager Duncan Leckie, will visit ancient and veteran trees in the Grounds, car park, Stray and Park Farm areas, and explore the history and management of our majestic giants. 13th June, 24th August, 17th October.