Monthly Archives: March 2011

A Day at Kielder

Duncan spent Saturday attending a conference on Environmental History based at Kielder.  The audience was mainly academics in the subject but I and colleagues from partner organisations brought a bit of practitioners’ experience to the event.  Kielder is, of course, … Continue reading

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Cheshire Hall from 4000miles

As we slip back into the routine of work back in the UK we still have an outstanding piece of work for the Turks and Caicos National Trust.  The report on our findings and suggestions for improvements is still taking … Continue reading

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Jess stays for a few days

One of the things that comes with Duncan being Chairman of Flexigraze is responsibility for the employees.  Jess is a particularly easy-going worker whose only real expenses are a bag of dog food now and again.  Jess is a trainee … Continue reading

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