Updates to the website.... including our new blog
Posted on November 13, 2015
There is a new blog on the WTT website, written by Jon Grey. Jonny joined the WTT as Research & Conservation Officer in April, following an academic career at Queen Mary University of London where he was involved with many research projects in freshwater ecology.
Now he spends most of the week doing practical WTT Conservation Officer work, but retains a foot in the academic world, as Professor in Practice at Lancaster University.
The new WTT blog neatly combines both roles, making the science relevant to our work accessible to a wide audience and translating it, wherever possible, into practical application.
Over time, we hope that we will persuade the other Conservation Officers to get out of the water, put their chainsaws down and write a few blog entries too!
There are a few other changes on the website. We have made finding Advisory Visit reports easier by improving the search facility on the AV map. As there are now over 500 reports on the website, this was long overdue.
We have added an RSS feed from both the news section and WTT blog on the website so that users of this facility can get automatic notification of updates.
Improvements are planned to the Library and Projects pages in the coming months.
If you have any suggestions or comments about the website, please email Denise Ashton on email@example.com