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Report from IOL Rep who attended the Independent Panel on Forestry meeting

Author:IOL FE
Date Added:02 February 2012

Thanks to Chris Harvey at Woodland Adventurers for attending the workshop on behalf of IOL.

Feedback Report for the Institute for Outdoor Learning from the National Stakeholder Engagement Event (Workshop) hosted by the Independent Panel on Forestry

Download Chris Harveys' report HERE

Date of workshop: Friday 13th January 2012

Location: The Amadeus, 50 Shirland Road, Little Venice, London, W9 2JA 

Contents

  • Introduction
  • Workshop Approach – Session 1
  • Workshop Approach – Session 2
  • Sample output from Session 1 (based on one table)
  • Sample output from Session 1 (based on one table)
  • Next Steps
  • Conclusion

Introduction

The Right Reverend Bishop James Jones, Chair of the Independent Panel on Forestry provided a brief explanation to the Panel’s progress to date and introduced each Panel member to the attendees, representing a wide cross-section of organisations with an interest in Forestry


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