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Workshops

  • Land Use Benefits First Workshop (Ballater) (PDF File: 1,177KB)
    A report on a workshop held in October 2013 to explore the benefits that the Upper Dee currently provides, how this is linked to different kinds of land uses (i.e., farming, conservation, forestry and recreation), and what influences land use of the past, present and future.
  • Land Use Benefits First Workshop (Huntly) (PDF File: 1,473KB)
    A report on a workshop held in January 2014 to explore the benefits that people in the Huntly area derive from the way land is currently used (i.e., farming, conservation, forestry and recreation), and to explore what factors influence the decisions people make over what land is used for.
  • Ecosystem Approach and Land Use
    This document reports on the Regional Land Use Pilot and the Ecosystem Approach workshop held in Banchory in June 2013, following the launch of the Dee Catchment Partnership Business Plan.
  • Ecosystem Approach Working Group (EAWG)
    The EAWG aims to facilitate research partnerships, knowledge exchange and collaboration between scientists, government agencies, NGOs and policymakers working in the areas of natural resource management and ecosystem services. Details of a series of workshops and their associated reports and supporting documents can be found on the EAWG meetings page.

 

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The James Hutton Research Institute is the result of the merger in April 2011 of MLURI and SCRI. This merger formed a new powerhouse for research into food, land use, and climate change.