This was completed in conjunction with Trees for Thanet group, which worked with school students undertaking their Duke of Edinburgh Award.
The Estate is involved with several environmental schemes and currently has a total of 174 acres in conservation management.
18 miles of field margins totalling 71 acres is dedicated to wildlife strips planted with native grass species to encourage insects, small rodents and birdlife.
40 acres dedicated to low level grazing management adjacent to the River Stour, to encourage native plant species and ground nesting birds and 25 acres of summer fallow to encourage all bird species.
Numerous pollen and nectar blocks have been established which provides food for butterflies, bees an natural predators.
Quex is also home to chalk caves which are home to three species of bat. The Estate works closely with the local Bat Preservation Society. Near to these caves, beehives are also kept by local beekeepers and the honey is sold locally.