- To increased awareness of the new technologies available and the possibilities for increasing the effectiveness of monitoring and Natura 2000 site management;
- To showcase best practice examples of species and habitat monitoring projects;
- To develop recommendations for the integration of monitoring and management;
- To showcase the Ter River management programme as a best practice example.
To register, please complete the online registration form. Before completing your registration please carefully read the Terms and Conditions (available to download from the bottom of the page). This workshop is free to attend. Tea, coffee, lunches and transportation to and from the Field Trip are included. Participants are responsible for their own dinners and accomodation costs.
The workshop will consist of 3 sessions: the roles of new technologies in informing site managers, species monitoring projects: examples of good practice, and habitat monitoring projects: examples of good practice. On the third day there will also be a field trip to discuss the challenges for monitoring and management with the managers of a local nature reserve.
Download the full workshop programme.
Call for speakers
There are still a few slots left for speakers: one free slot for Session 1 (new technologies), two free slots for Session 2 (species monitoring projects), and one free slot for Session 3 (habitat monitoring projects). If you are interested in delivering a presentation at this workshop, please contact Clive Hurford at: Clive.Hurford@cyfoethnaturiolcymru.gov.uk
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