- Start  Friday 24 Feb 2023 4:15pm
- Finish Friday 24 Feb 2023 5:15pm
- Watch seminar recording (external site)
Charlie is the inspiration behind Knepp Wildland, a 3,500 acre estate in West Sussex and the largest rewilding project in lowland Britain. Switching to ‘process-led’ conservation, using free-roaming herds of grazing animals, Knepp is now a hotspot for numerous endangered species like turtle-doves, nightingales and purple emperor butterflies and has become a leading light in the conservation movement.
This lecture is both in person and online. A drinks reception will be held afterwards and everyone is welcome.
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