Celebrating our 10th anniversary!

Vitacress Conservation Trust 2016 Chalk Stream Headwaters Forum – 25 November

In celebration of the 10th anniversary of the Chalk Stream Headwaters Forum, we were delighted to welcome our founding Patron, Lord Selborne, to Chair the event.

Gail Taylor, the Chair of the Vitacress Conservation Trust, took the opportunity to look back at the highlights of the Vitacress Trust over the last 10 years, reviewing previous Forums, Environment Lectures, research and other sponsored projects.

10 Years - 2016 Forum

Pete Shaw and Graham Roberts, respective Chairs, updated the delegates on progress made through the Bourne Rivulet and Upper Itchen Initiatives.

Our guest speakers were John Fawell, who focused on the issues surrounding water quality, water resources and sustainable solutions, and Fran Davies, who gave an overview on Natural England’s work on chalk streams and conservation strategy.

The Open Forum provided a platform for some lively debate!

Previous Forums…

2014 Chalk Stream Headwaters Forum

2014 Chalk Stream Headwaters Forum

The role of chalk streams for water life and migratory birds Vitacress Conservation Trust 2014 Chalk Stream Headwaters Forum - 7 November This year we welcomed guest speakers Dr. Pete Shaw, Graham Rogers, Simon Tonkin, Ben Rushbrook and Peter Marren. Discussions...

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2013 Chalk Stream Headwaters Forum

2013 Chalk Stream Headwaters Forum

Providing practical solutions to problems faced by conservationists Vitacress Conservation Trust 2012 Chalk Stream Headwaters Forum - 25 November This year we welcomed a  host of speakers to focus on the importance of providing practical solutions to the ongoing...

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2012 Chalk Stream Headwaters Forum

2012 Chalk Stream Headwaters Forum

Exploring the key influences on the health of chalk stream headwaters Vitacress Conservation Trust 2012 Chalk Stream Headwaters Forum - 16 November The eminent speakers at this year’s forum provided updates on action and research called for last year and explored some...

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