How can we manage a site’s landscape, ecological and human history, yet safeguard our archaeological and natural heritage?
Hosted by Hill Dickinson, LLP, The Balance, Pinfold Street, Sheffield S1 2GU.
Registration & networking: 3.15pm. Start: 3.35pm – Finish 7.00pm prompt
Event Chairman: John Grant, Action for Involvement
Workshop with short presentations on key issues from:
- Liz Ballard, CEO, Sheffield Wildlife Trust;
- George Monbiot, Academic, Writer & Guardian Columnist;
- Mark Fisher, Hon Research Fellow, Wildlands Research Inst;
- Lynn Crowe, Sheffield Hallam University;
- Roy Taylor, RSPB Area Manager, Peak District National Park & Humber Estuary;
- Jon Stewart, General Manager, National Trust – Peak District;
Facilitators: Perry Walker, New Economics Foundation (nef) Fellow & Wendy Stern, Action for Involvement’s Founder & Chairman.
At this event we will:
- Draw on our speakers’ knowledge, expertise and values to learn how they will affect our prized Moors.
- Share insights, network, draw out key issues and give our speakers feedback on their vision.
- Help all those present to clarify values relevant to this case and understand the interplay of harmonious and conflicting values affecting our Moors.
- After hearing briefly from our speakers’, we’ll form small groups where their second role will be to engage with you in a workshop format giving high levels of inter-activity and a far more satisfying experience for a 3 hour event.
Action for Involvement is keen to broaden exposure to these issues and make best use of the time available using a workshop format to give far higher and more satisfying levels of interactivity for a 3 hour event