Farming with Nature Showcase: Working with birds, bees and trees.
Rottal Estate, Glen Cova, Kirriemuir, Angus Thursday 17th October 2019
9.30am - 4pm. Free to attend. Booking is required.
Join us for a day on the beautiful Rottal Estate in Angus to hear from some of Scotland’s foremost nature-friendly farmers, take part in practical group sessions and see the progress of landowner Dee Ward’s transformative work with nature.
For more information call Jane on 0131 370 8150 or email.
Conservation in the South-West uplands: Challenges and Solutions
University of Exeter, Great Hall, 26th November 2019
Book before 30th September for early bird reduced price of £15. Standard price £25.
The South-West uplands of Exmoor, Dartmoor and Bodmin Moor are home to some of our rarest species and the focus of much conservation effort from a wide range of conservation organisations. They are also complex landscapes, where numerous different stakeholders interact, working together to achieve multiple aims. This conference has been organised by the All the Moor Butterflies project with the aim of exploring some of the challenges facing conservation in the uplands and how we might begin to solve them together. The conference will examine a diverse range of themes, such as: farming, land use, soils, species conservation, partnerships, livestock and habitat restoration.