You are cordially invited to our free Project Conference on “Conserving Herefordshire’s Ice Age Ponds” on Wednesday 2nd March, 9.15am – 4.30pm. We will be sharing our findings from the last 3 years of work of the National Lottery Heritage Fund supported project.
We have many eminent speakers including Dr. Warren Eastwood from Birmingham University, Dr. Mike Jeffries from Northumbria University and our own, Professor Ian Fairchild. Their talks will cover pollen analysis, detailed water testing and the value of ponds as a carbon sink.
We are also delighted to have Tim Holt-Wilson from the Norfolk Geodiversity Forum discussing Ice Age Ponds in Norfolk as well as our own student Olivia Verplanke, from the University of Keele, giving an update on the formation of Ice Age Ponds based on geophysical surveys.”
To attend this free conference, you can join us in person at the Three Counties Hotel, Hereford where there will be displays from our partner organisations during the refreshment breaks – all refreshments are included with your ticket. Or you can join us online throughout the day, with all the talks available through Zoom.
The event will also be recorded and made available online to those who cannot make it on the day.
For more details please see the attached itinerary here: IAP Itinerary. Booking is essential both online and in-person for this free event, to book your ticket / place please visit: https://www.herefordshirewt.org/iceagepondsconference
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