Nature Matters 2022

Survive | Thrive | Revive

See you next year...!

The 2022 Meeting of New Networks for Nature will be at St Peter’s School, York, from the 3rd - 5th November 2022, including topics from ancient crafts and animism, to wilding and land rights. A provisional programme is available here. Tickets are now on sale and ticket options and purchasing information can be found on our Eventbrite page, available online shortly. Sign up to the mailing list to be kept informed. We look forward to seeing you there!

Provisional Programme

- New Networks for Nature 2022

3-5 November 2022,
St Peter’s School, York


This is the provisional programme for the 2022 New Networks for Nature event in York outlining the content and contributors for each day. We still have a few additional contributions we hope to add and there will, as always, be an excellent bookstall, good food and drink, and lots of opportunities for meeting and conversation. We look forward to seeing you there.

Thursday 3rd Nov - afternoon

Excursion (optional)
Lower Derwent Valley NNR – David Craven, Jono Leadley (Yorkshire WildlifeTrust)

 Thursday 3rd Nov - evening (19:00-22:00)

Star Carr and Seahenge: mesolithic society and living with nature - Nicky Milner, Francis Pryor

Nature in Song - Nancy Kerr

Friday 4th Nov (09:00-20:00)

Prosperous Mountain - Heidi Morstang

Panel sessions
Home Grown: Nature, Nurture & Nourishment - Jill Edmondson, Susie Tate
Making with Nature - Lorna Singleton, Alex Langlands, Jenn Monahan
A Right to Roam is a Right to Care – Nick Hayes, Kerri Andrews, Mohammed Dhalech, Nick Howard

Wild Water- Sophie Pavelle, Amy-Jane Beer

Riverwoods - Peter Cairns

Plus poetry, art, craft making

Saturday 5th Nov (09:30-16:30)

Science short
Water Fleas: Surviving, Thriving and Reviving - Andrew Beckerman

Data of the Heart - Rob & Harriet Fraser Abundance - Karen Lloyd

Panel sessions
Living in a Sentient World - Peter Reason, Sarah Gillespie, Freya Mathews
Northern Revival - Lee Schofield, Heather Devey, Cain Scrimgeour

Reviving Biodiversity - Chris Thomas

Nature, Magic & Story - Melissa Harrison

Updated: 4/8/2022

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