Nature Talks – Buying land to Conserve Nature

Moving between patches of habitat is crucial to maintain healthy populations in an ecosystem.  But when the habitat becomes too fragmented, many species may become endangered.

That is why the strategic acquisition of small patches of land can be an extremely useful tool to protect nature. By purchasing even a small area of land, we can create corridors between formerly isolated patches of habitat and re-establish their connectivity.

Marc Hoogeslag, is the coordinator of IUCN NL’s land acquisition program and is joining FFNA Utrecht  for an informal chat to discuss how land acquisition can and has been used as a tool for Conservation.

If this peaked your curiosity and you want to learn more about the subject, why not join us? Seats are limited so if you don’t want to miss it, do not forget to register here: Lohttps://goo.gl/forms/AjYTwW7LAIl1ceor2

Date

Feb 26 2019
Expired!

Time

6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Location

Café Domkop
Loeff Berchmakerstraat 34

Organizer

Future For Nature Academy