Ponds, Rivers and Poultry, 29 October, Hay on Wye
Posted on August 12, 2016
An open meeting to discuss the impact of intensive poultry production in Powys on our freshwater ecosystems will be held on Saturday 29th October 10.00 am to 3.30 at Llanigon Village Hall (near Hay on Wye).
An event organised by the Brecon and Radnor Branch of the Campaign for the Protection of Rural Wales.
Steve Ormerod, Professor of Ecology at Cardiff University, Chair of RSPB Council and leading expert in freshwater ecosystems
Natural Resources Wales
Julian Jones, Director, Radnorshire Wildlife Trust
Kate Adams, Head of Land Use, Wye and Usk Foundation
Morning: Presentations and discussion of evidence Afternoon: How can public help to protect freshwater habitats?
Cost includes refreshment and buffet lunch £5.00 per person for CPRW members, £7.50 for non-members
For further information and to book telephone 01874 676225