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The Inner Forth: New connections for nature, history and people
Lecture Theatre Cottrell A3, Stirling University

Saturday 11th November 2017

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)

Morning     
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

Afternoon
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

Where is the conference held?
Stirling University campus has parking and excellent bus services from Stirling town centre and there is a local train station.  You can bring your own food or book a self-service, 3-course lunch in the restaurant. The venue will be signposted from the main gate.

Web site   http://www.fnh.stir.ac.uk  Email:  fnh@stir.ac.uk
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