Tuesday, 13 May 2014

The GWCT Research Conference as it happened

Nearly 200 scientists, farmers and those with an interest in conservation attended our wildlife research conference on Tuesday 13th May.

A packed programme delivered by GWCT scientists and advisors and introduced by Richard Benyon MP covered a range of subjects including reversing the decline in biodiversity, the success of farmer-led initiatives, cluster farms, wader recovery, optimal use of agri-environment in the landscape and farmland insect declines.

Below are tweets from throughout the day by some of those who attended the conference:

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1 comment:

  1. Great conference with illuminating input from those delivering on the ground - from scientists to farmers and Natural England's advisers. Cluster Farms needs more publicity as the outcomes (what a word!) are what we seek from agri-enviro schemes.