Professional events, conferences, fairs etc. held for the countryside, arboriculture, wildlife, ecology and conservation sectors.
07/12/2022 Understanding the value and fragility of ‘soil’ at Zoom 1 Day
Trees and Design Action Group Contact: www.tdag.org.uk/events.html
14/01/2023 SWWR Setting up a wildlife hospital at Online (Zoom)/Somerset 2 Days
Secret World Wildlife Rescue Contact: www.secretworld.org/ email@example.com 01278 768723
This one day Zoom course is perfect for anyone interested in setting up their own wildlife hospital. Although the course is remote, delegates will also be invited to a private ‘Wildlife hospitals day’ at SWWR on 06/02/2023, providing an opportunity to look around the centre and meet other wildlife rehabilitators.
19/01/2023 Future Cities Series: Bringing Nature Back at TLT, 1 Redcliff Street, Bristol, BS1 6TP 1 Day
Future Leap Contact: c-js.info/3hevovO
19/01/2023 Healthy hedgerows: from the individual hedge to the landscape-level at Online 1 Day
People's Trust for Endangered Species Contact: ptes.org/events/category/wildlife-events/ firstname.lastname@example.org
This talk will cover: The importance of hedgerows to wildlife and people; Features of a healthy hedge; The natural hedgerow lifecycle (based on the hedgerow management 10 point scale developed by Nigel Adams); An introduction to the Healthy Hedgerows app; Hedgerow management from the individual hedge to the landscape-level
04/02/2023 SWWR Caring for British Wildlife Conference at East Huntspill Village Hall, Somerset 2 Days
Secret World Wildlife Rescue Contact: c-js.info/3XaRJLj email@example.com 01278 768723
Our annual ‘Caring for Wildlife’ Conference returns for its 4th year in 2023 on the 4th and 5th February 2023. The two days will cover all aspects of wildlife conservation, rehabilitation and release. Cost: £70 for one day, £120 for both days if purchased before Christmas.
06/02/2023 No Brain, No Problem? 20 Years of the National Jellyfish Survey at Zoom 1 hour Days
entoLIVE Contact: c-js.info/3MN5Fqn
Every year, as spring creeps in, jellyfish arrive around the UK coastline. Since 2003, the Marine Conservation Society, along with thousands of citizen scientists all around the country, has been taking a deeper dive into their movements and how they might influence UK turtle populations. Booking required.
22/02/2023 Wellbeing in curriculum-focused environmental education conference at FSC Slapton Ley Field Centre, Slapton, Kingsbridge, TQ7 2QP / Online 1 Day
University of Exeter Contact: c-js.info/3sVI5OL
Following on from Children’s Mental Health Week, this one-day conference will address issues of supporting the mental health and wellbeing of young people in curriculum-focused environmental education from the perspectives of outdoor education practitioners, teachers, schools, researchers, and mental health and wellbeing professionals.
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