A sketchbook lying in a patch of germander speedwell. On the sketchbook is a watercolour meadow.

Writing and artwork inspired by floodplain meadow research.

Oval graphic reading: SciArt Ecosystems

Check out my latest artwork in the SciArt Gallery

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Working with seasonal growth on floodplain meadows

This blog first appeared on the Floodplain Meadows Partnership website here. Our traditional floodplain hay meadows are a haven for biodiversity, but they are also part of our agricultural landscape and depend on the annual cycle of haymaking and aftermath grazing to maintain their value. These meadows show characteristic seasonal patterns of growth and floweringContinue reading “Working with seasonal growth on floodplain meadows”

Four images of people carrying out environmental science communication from a CIEEM webinar on the topic.

Webinar: Science Communication for Ecologists and Environmental Managers

This webinar was created in collaboration with my former colleagues at the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Managers. It formed part of my CENTA work placement and was a thoroughly enjoyable experience. You can find a recording of the webinar below and a pdf of the slides with hyperlinks to all the resources here.Continue reading “Webinar: Science Communication for Ecologists and Environmental Managers”