REWILDING THE NEW FOREST? - Friends of the New Forest 2019 keynote talk and debate
Sir Charles Burrell will present
'REWILDING THE NEW FOREST
What does 'rewilding' mean?
Is it much more than just beavers, lynx, cranes and red squirrels?
How are the pine martens doing as newcomers to the Forest?
Has rewilding any place in a landscape maintained by free-roaming livestock?
Followed by Questions and Discussion with Panel, including
Jonathan Spencer MBE- Head of Planning and Environment Forest Enterprise England, for the Forestry Commission
Diana Westerhoff - Verderer appointed by Natural England and New Forest conservationist
How might rewilding impact on nature consevation
and commoning in the New Forest?
COME ALONG AND JOIN IN THE DEBATE
Sir Charles Burrell is a landowner (Knepp Estate) and conservationist.
Chair of Rewilding Britain, and of the Beaver Advisory Committee for England.
Board member of the Ingleby Farms Environment Committee, the Endangered Landscapes Programme and Wildlife Estates England