Date: Sat. 11 Nov, 2017
Duration: All Day

The Forth Naturalist & Historian are pleased to present their 2017 conference hosted in conjunction with the Inner Forth Landscape Initiative.

Bookings are now open and should be made by downloading the booking form and posting it to FNH with the required payment.

The IFLI team have limited free tickets available for volunteers or unemployed people. These will be allocated on a first come first served basis. Please contact the IFLI team, rather than FNH if you would like to claim one of these tickets: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Thank you.

The Inner Forth: New connections for nature, history and people

Lecture Theatre Cottrell A3, Stirling University

9:00 – 10:00 Registration – Cottrell Lecture Theatre A3 Foyer

9:30 – 10:00 Refreshments, Displays & Book Sales - The Atrium

10.00 - Welcome and Introduction (Richard Tipping:  Chair FNH)

10.05 - Anne McCall (RSPB Scotland) Overview and Reflections on IFLI 2014 - 2018

10.15 - Ellie Graham-Allsop (SCAPE Trust) The Hunt for a Royal Dockyard at Higgin's Neuk

10.40 - Murray Dickie (Clacks Field Studies Society) A Tale of Two Estates

11.05 - Refreshments, Displays & Book Sales - The Atrium

11.45 - Suzanne Burgess (Buglife) Green Roofs and Meadows

12.10 - Sophie McDonald (IFLI Bursary Student) Conserving Communities

12.35 - FNH Annual General Meeting and Launch of the FNH Journal v 40

12.50 - Lunch: Displays & Book Sales - The Atrium

14.00 - Geoff Bailey (Falkirk Community Trust) Investigating Zetland Park

14.25 - Emilie Wadsworth (Central Scotland Green Network Trust) Orchard Creation and Learning

14.50 - Kate Fuller (IFLI) Forth Nature Counts

15.10 - Refreshments, Displays & Book Sales - The Atrium

15.40 - David Hill (Butterfly Conservation) Habitat Restoration at Wester Moss

16.05 - Tom Churchyard (IFLI) Interpretation, Legacy and Lessons

16.30 - Discussion

16.45 - Conclusion and Thanks: Conference Ends

Find out more about the Forth Naturalist & Historian at http://www.fnh.stir.ac.uk/

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