We are pleased to offer Briefings from both within the AONB Family and further afield.The AONB Family Briefings take place on Day One (Tuesday 18th July) and our guests And Now:, Ecosystems Knowledge Network, Environment Agency, Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust, Hay Festival, HLF, and University of Winchester will be sharing ideas on how to do things differently on Day Two (Wednesday 19th July).
Briefings on Day One draw from our AONB Family expertise.
- What actually is Natural Beauty?
- Nature and Wellbeing Project – Somerset’s AONBs
- Life Cycles and Landscapes
- AONB Family Communications
- Management Planning
- Ash Dieback and the Ash Project
- Protected Landscapes and urban growth
- Working with Geodiversity
- Natural England’s Landscape Monitoring and Evaluating
- National Grid’s Landscape Enhancement Initiative
- Results-based Agri Environment Payment Scheme Pilots in the Northern Uplands
- Developing AONB character evidence base to inform planning decisions
- Nearly Wild Camping
Do Different Briefings on Day Two will be led by guests from non-AONB organisations whose methods might help AONB Management.
Morning session – 19th July
Do Different 1 – And Now – Land, a palimpsest of expression
Do Different 3 – Environment Agency – Managing flood risk in a historic landscape
Do Different 4 – HIWWT – Building a Living Landscape for the Itchen Valley
Do Different 5 – HLF – Inclusive landscapes – reconnecting people to the landscape
Do Different 6 – University of Winchester Business School – Communities of Practice
Afternoon session – 19th July
Do Different 7 – And Now – Land, a palimpsest of expression
Do Different 10 – University of Winchester Business School – Communities of Practice
Marketplace stalls will be available throughout the conference.