There is just one month to go until the NNCG Conference taking place at the Sandringham Estate – and places are going fast.
The event, which will include the launch of the ground-breaking Biodiversity Audit Phase 2 from the UEA Environmental Sciences team; a question and answer session with Janet Hughes, Defra’s Director of the Future Farming and Countryside programme; an update on the North Norfolk Landscape Recovery; news and information about Norfolk’s pond restoration and the Water for Wildlife programme; and a fascinating glimpse into how mapping uses historical data to drive 21st century change.
Places for the Conference, which is taking place on Friday 22nd September in the Courtyard Museum on the Sandringham Estate, are limited by capacity and spaces are going fast. Priority will be given to NNCG members and associate members but you do need to book ahead.
The Conference runs from 9am (registration, coffee) to a formal close at 1pm, although there will be ample opportunity to continue talking and networking. There will also be an opportunity to join Stephen Briggs on a tour of Sandringham’s agro-forestry scheme.
We are grateful to Sandringham Estate for hosting this event and Dodd & Co Agricultural and Equine Construction for their support.
Contact sarah on firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place.