Panel Discussion chaired by Professor Tim O’Riordan. A panel of leading practitioners will discuss examples of rewilding initiatives in north Norfolk that blend scientific insights and practical innovations to revive ecological processes, promote conservation and benefit people and nature.
Tim O’Riordan is Emeritus Professor of Environmental Sciences at the University of East Anglia, Executive Editor of Environment Magazine and a former Deputy Lieutenant of Norfolk and High Sheriff of Norwich.
Dom Buscall is the Manager of Wild Ken Hill, a 4,000acre ecological restoration and sustainable farming project at Snettisham that addresses the conundrum of what do we want from our land, and how do we get it?
Neil Punchard became Managing Director of the Farming and Wildlife Advisory Group for Norfolk in 2021 having previously led the Broadland Catchment Partnership at the Broads Authority working promoted collaboration between farmers and conservation bodies.
Andy Millar has been a Senior Adviser at Natural England since 2008, having previously worked at the Norfolk Wildlife Trust and Natural England.
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This series of talks, presentations and conversations will enhance public awareness and understanding of potentially irreversible risks to the plant and animal kingdoms of north Norfolk. Grounded in science and experience it will offer a layman’s guide to a swathe of increasingly urgent issues and suggest how participants can expand their knowledge of the biological world on which our own lives depend.
Running time: 01 hours 15 minutes