Date(s) - 16 Apr 2013
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Why we value nature can be central to what we do to help. This workshop will help you develop a vision for your local area or nature reserve.
Tutors: Mike Alexander & Mike Howe
Why do you care about nature? How do your values influence what you do to conserve and enjoy it? This interactive workshop will introduce environmental and conservation ethics and explain why values are so important in conservation.
We will discuss why ‘visions’ are important for the special places we manage and/or care for. Mike Howe will share a recent vision that he has completed to illustrate the process and background thinking.
During the second half of the workshop, we will work in small groups to develop our own visions, and share and discuss these together.
This workshop is for anyone – whether you work in conservation or are a volunteer – who really cares about our natural environment. We know that a mix of people with different levels of experience leads to extremely constructive debate.
Places are limited; this is an interactive workshop and there will be no more than 15 participants, so please book early to avoid disappointment. £20 per person (or FREE for active Wildlife Where You Live Participants)
Bookings are closed for this event.