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European Wood Pastures: Past, Present and Future Conference

  27/03/2018
Last Updated:  27/03/2018

Sheffield, 5-7 September 2018 with field visit on 4th September

European Wood Pastures: Past, Present and Future Conference – Sheffield

Booking is now open for this 3-day conference and the pre-conference field visit. The conference, organised by SYBRG and partners, is one of the Wilder Visions series of events taking place over the next few years. The conference addresses key issues relating to wood-pastures and wood-meadows in Britain and Europe. It will look not only at the way that a knowledge of landscape history can improve our understanding of the present countryside but will also look at its management and the impact this has on specific species. One of the aims of the event is to help inform and influence decisions about future management and the creation of sustainable 'futurescapes'. Speakers include: Ian Rotherham, Andrzej Bobiec, Adrian Newton, Jeremy Dagley, Aljos Farjon, Jill Butler, Della Hooke and Ted Green. The full programme will be available in April.

Early bird full 3-day package offer is available until 31 May; booking available online or download the form. The full package includes delegate pack, conference abstracts, lunch & refreshments. However, the pre-conference field trip, on the 4th September must be booked separately – places will be limited.

For more details and the link to online booking, please visit:

www.ukeconet.org/ewp.html