Trossachs National park

Putting into Practice Land Rights and Responsibilities: Good stewardship and high standards of land management webinar

Date
Time 10:00 - 11:00
Capacity 39 places available
Booking Cut-off Wednesday 28 Oct, 12:00:pm
Contact jane.laing@scottishlandandestates.co.uk
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Good stewardship and high standards of land management is the second live webinar in the series of Putting into Practice Land Rights and Responsibilities hosted by Scottish Land and Estates and the Scottish Land Commission. This webinar will introduce the key messages and practical expectations and will give you a flavour of what good stewardship will mean for you. Guidance will be provided, and resources introduced supporting the delivery of good stewardship  and high standards of land management protocols on the ground. There will be an opportunity to ask questions and learn more about the wider support and advice on offer.

Join us on the 29 September at 10am for our second live webinar which will focus on supporting good stewardship and high standards of land management and will also look at ways of creating more opportunities through the diversification of ownership, management and use of land.  

Come along and learn more about good stewardship and high standards of land management and learn more about what the protocols will mean for you and your land.

This webinar will be delivered by Kirsty Tait and Helen Barton, Good Practice Advisers with the Scottish Land Commission and our host SLE Rural Communities Policy Adviser, Gavin Mowat.

 

Kirsty Tait

Kirsty Tait has a background in practice development, community development and enterprise, and project management. She has worked across the UK and Ireland for Carnegie UK Trust delivering their rural development programme, community land trust and town regeneration work and the land-based community charity, the Ecology Centre in Fife. 

 

Helen Barton

Helen Barton has broad ranging experience in research and policy development, project evaluation, governance of charities and social enterprise, and community engagement. In her previous work with the social housing sector, she has shaped the practical delivery of services to support sustainable communities in both urban and rural contexts across the UK.

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