Workshop 3

Working across boundaries: Integrating different stakeholder approaches to Cultural Landscapes

(Cirencester) 17-19 September 2017

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Workshop presentations

Tom Moore - (REFIT Project Leader, Durham University) 

"Successes, challenges and the future of coproduction within cultural landscape management"             

 

Gemma Tully - (Post Doctoral Researcher, REFIT Project, Durham University)         

"Successes, challenges and the future of coproduction within cultural landscape management"

Vincent Guichard -  (Director, Bibracte EEPC)     

 "Bibracte / Mont-Beuvray (Morvan, Bourgogne), Three years later…"

 

Olivier Thiébaut -  (Charge de mission, paysage et urbanisme, Parc Naturel Regional du Morvan)        

"Grand Site de France Bibracte Mont-Beuvray"

 

Jesús Álvarez - (Professor, Universidad de Complutense, Madrid) & Jesús Rodríguez Hernández (Post Doctoral researcher, REFIT Project, Universidad de Complutense, Madrid)

"Ancient sites, cultural  landscapes and modern people"

 

Chiara Piai - (Doctoral student, labexITEM)

"Landscape Value(s)"           

 

Gareth Parry - (Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust) (click link) https://prezi.com/view/UaD2EP3KYpU7wkOvjQGk/

"Rural Placemaking"

Yvan Nemo - (School teacher/resident, Glux-en-Glenne)     

"Les Mémoires du Pays de Glux Heritage and landscape as rediscovered Commons of a village community"
   

Vince Holyoak - (Head of National Rural & Environmental Advice)

"Working across boundaries: Integrating different stakeholder approaches to Cultural Landscapes"

Dave Pritchard - (Consultant, Culture and environment)

"Looking forward: The future of co-production in the management of cultural landscapes"
        

 

Mark Connelly - (Land Management Officer, Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty)      

"The Cotswolds AONB, Reflections and future strategies"

 

Henry Robinson - (Landowner, Bagendon, Gloucestershire)

"Reflections on the future of landscape management from the UK farming perspective"