Professional events, conferences, fairs etc. held for the countryside, arboriculture, wildlife, ecology and conservation sectors.
29/01/2022 Wildlife Detection Dogs Conference at Online 2 Days
Conservation K9 Consultancy and Wildlifetek Contact: c-js.info/3DKjArX
Join us on the weekend of January 29 - 30, 2022 for the very first Wildlife Detection Dogs Conference!
Brought to you by Conservation K9 Consultancy and Wildlifetek, this online conference will bring together: Students; Handlers; Ecologists and; Researchers. To find out more about the use of wildlife detection dogs in conservation, wildlife monitoring, research & ecology to improve our collective understanding and stay up-to-date with research of how dogs can be used to help improve conservation. The online sessions include: Presentations; Workshops; Networking. Tickets are limited to sign up now before they sell out!
11/03/2022 First Aid Conference at EICA:Ratho, Edinburgh 1 Day
First Aid Training Cooperative Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org 07585723763
Practitioners, trainers, and providers can attend lectures, workshops, talks by keynote speakers. An exhibition with a mixture of commercial sales stands and health related voluntary sector organisations is also included, as well as experts in the field being on hand to give advice on a range of topics.
26/03/2022 Global Challenges: Plant Biodiversity and Human Flourishing at Online 2 Days
University of Oxford Contact: c-js.info/3jN4c67
Online event. Explore interdisciplinary perspectives of the chemical, ethical and conversation challenges of plant use and commerce. 2-5pm Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 March 2022.
30/04/2022 Rewilding the UK - Potential and Obstacles at Online 1 Day
University of Oxford Contact: c-js.info/3GB1GcC
Dr Ada Grabowska-Zhang will explore the term ‘rewilding’. Dr Keith Kirby will reflect on whether conservationists in the UK have been able to reinstate the autonomy of ecological processes in the past 20 years. We will also hear from Rebecca Wrigley, CEO of Rewilding Britain. Join online or in Oxford.
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