Tag Archives: Mark Fisher

The Getting of Natural History: Guest blog by Mark Fisher

It’s a pleasure to post a guest blog written by Dr. Mark Fisher, Honorary Research Fellow at the Wildland Research Institute, University of Leeds. Mark writes a fascinating blog called Self Willed Land.  The post, which was first published on … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas Thanks to everyone who has read my blog over the past 6 months or so. Thanks especially to those of you who have left comments, either here, on twitter or Linkedin. Top wordpress commentator prize goes to Dave … Continue reading

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Babies and Bathwater

Non-intervention management ((C) Miles King) I boldly suggested the other day that conservation iconoclast  Mark Fisher now agreed with me that stopping human intervention on high value nature sites (such as SSSIs) was not the best way of achieving his … Continue reading

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