This course is now full – there are still places on some of the other courses for 2019.
Dates: 3 to 10 September 2019 (with flexibility a couple of days either side to allow for flight availability)
Themes: to provide people working in Scottish upland management to see how native woodland responds to changes in grazing pressures. Participants will visit a variety of biodiverse, reforested landscapes from exposed coast to mountain tops, with multiple land uses including hunting, forestry and farming. There is rough and sometimes rocky walking on most days of this visit which participants should consider when applying.
Draft Itinerary: Day 1 arrival Stavanger and drive to Gaudland; Day 2 Gården Li on Hidrasundet on the coast; Day 3 Fidjadalen; Day 4 Byklehaiene; Day 5 Bjåen and Berdalen; Day 6 Åmøy Fjordferie; Day 7 Return
Hosts: Duncan Halley (Norwegian Institute for Nature Research, NINA)
Please click here to view the film from the NET 4 visit in 2018 to learn more about the visit.