BogFest planned in Edale
13 March 2017
Save the date! BogFest 2017
When: Thursday 21st, Friday 22nd and Saturday 23rd September 2017
A joint celebration of our iconic uplands and brilliant blanket bogs hosted by the Moors for the Future Partnership and the IUCN UK Peatland Programme. The conference will provide an opportunity to connect with people working on upland and lowland peatland restoration, clough woodland regeneration and upland meadows
A chance to share ideas and expertise with other land managers, scientists and conservation practitioners to join the dots between the ecosystem services these habitats provide.
Where: Edale, Peak District, Derbyshire
The location in the heart of the Peak District National Park and South Pennines Special Area of Conservation affords a unique opportunity to engage directly with locations and sites in protected landscapes, and to discuss how we move forward in protecting these places in a post-Brexit world.
Please save the dates in your diary for BogFest 2017.
We look forward to sharing more exciting information about the event in the coming weeks!
The conference is financed by Moors for the Future Partnership's MoorLIFE2020 project which covers the EU designated South Pennine Moors Special Area of Conservation. The project is delivered by the Peak District National Park Authority as the lead and accountable body (the Coordinating Beneficiary). On the ground delivery of the project is being undertaken largely by the Moors for the Future staff team with works also undertaken by the National Trust High Peak and Marsden Moor Estate, the RSPB Dove Stone team and Pennine Prospects (the Associated Beneficiaries).
Funded by the EU LIFE programme and co-financed by Severn Trent Water, Yorkshire Water and United Utilities. With advice and regulation from Natural England and the Environment Agency, and local advice from landowners.