- The 2015 meeting of New Networks for Nature was again held at the Stamford Arts Centre and featured another very rich and varied programme of events spread over three days. The overall theme for the meeting was ‘Place and Belonging’ – the foundation of our interactions with the natural world, the link with generations past and future, and the way we ground our own sense of identity.
- — Ruth Padel (@ruthpadel)Thu, Nov 12 2015 08:06:35
- — NewNetworksforNature (@networks4nature)Thu, Nov 12 2015 20:14:42Germaine was captivated by a dancing Regent Bowerbird, and took it as a sign to buy the plot of land for restoration #NatureMatters15
- — NewNetworksforNature (@networks4nature)Thu, Nov 12 2015 20:46:45Germaine Greer couldn't see the beauty of the Australian bush as a child; dreamed of daffodils and roses #NatureMatters15
- — NewNetworksforNature (@networks4nature)Fri, Nov 13 2015 09:52:16John Aitchison explores what 'belonging' means in terms of places and animals - does wildlife belong to us in any way? #NatureNatters15
- — Matthew Oates (@NTMatthewOates)Fri, Nov 13 2015 10:00:04"There's magic in places you know really well..." Helen MacDonald, quoted in @networks4nature conference ,by John Aitchison
- — Miles King (@MilesKing10)Fri, Nov 13 2015 10:04:56Ruth Padel reads her poem about surviving the winter at @networks4nature conference on Place and Belonging.
- — Matthew Oates (@NTMatthewOates)Fri, Nov 13 2015 10:22:01'I knew they (the birds) were speaking the lost language of the land...' Pascale Petit, Poet. @networks4nature conference
Nature Matters 2015
Nature Matters: Place and Belonging. November 2015, Stamford