Paul Rutter

Talk title; Reconnecting our Landscape.

Introduction to the subject. The affects of a fragmented landscape for wildlife and for people.

The benefits of reconnecting landscapes. The ways we can regenerate nature.

Biography                              

Paul Rutter has always lived and worked in the countryside. He has also been fortunate in making a career working for wildlife and conservation for over 50 years.

 This has included  large estates including Woburn Abbey and for various organisations including MAFF now (FERA)  Hampshire County Council countryside dept as a Head Ranger, then 20 years with  National Trust  as Countryside Manager for Cheshire and Gloucestershire.

The last 9 years he has been working for Plantlife as their Woodland Biodiversity Adviser

He is currently working on Back from the Brink and Foresters Forest projects.