Evaluating successes and challenges: The REFIT project's final workshop / Evaluando éxitos y des
Find out about REFIT's final workshop and the activities and outcomes of the project.
Archaeology - it's not what you think! / La arqueología ¡no es lo que piensas!
This summer the REFIT Project was lucky enough to be able to work with 25 volunteers in the landscapes of Bagendon and Salmonsbury in the Cotswolds. We carried out augering surveys (taking soil cores - see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=myaaVql5PLg) across both these landscapes alongside digging some small test pits. The aim of the fieldwork was to help us understand the wider landscapes of Bagendon and Salmonsbury through looking at the buried soils and sediments as well as
Brexit and land management: New REFIT publication looks to the future / Brexit et la gestion de l’es
Brexit offers many opportunities as well as challenges for the future of landscape management in the UK. REFIT’s latest paper explores the possibilities and problems surrounding this important part of 21st century life. Aiming to shape government policy and on-the-ground practice, the paper builds on over a year’s research with farmers, landowners, wildlife professionals, heritage experts and local communities in the Cotswolds. The paper is open access and available to everyo