Date – 1 September 2022 - 2 September 2022
Time – 12:00 am
Where – The Ivor Crewe Lecture Hall, Colchester Campus, University of Essex, Colchester Campus, University of Essex, . View Map
Where: The Ivor Crewe Lecture Hall, Colchester Campus, University of Essex.
Organised by: The Beth Chatto Education Trust. All proceeds from the Symposium will go to the Trust.
Set up by the late Beth Chatto in 2015 (when she was 91), this charity offers a wide range of horticulture education opportunities to people of all ages.
Tickets available at: Click here to purchase your Symposium tickets.
What’s the Symposium about? Hosted by garden designer and television presenter Arit Anderson, the Beth Chatto Symposium is a two-day programme of lectures and discussions led by a varied lineup of more than a dozen esteemed and influential experts.
The Symposium will examine how those who have influence over the use of urban land and outdoor space can maximise the positive impact that “rewilding the mind” (prioritising the natural world, enhancing biodiversity) can have on humans, wildlife, and the environment.
Guest speakers include Sarah Price, Professor Dave Goulson, Professor Alastair Driver, Dan Pearson OBE, Fergus Garrett, Tom Stuart-Smith, Giacamo Guzzon, Dr Sue Stuart-Smith, Dr Mike Edwards, Dr Gemma Jerome, Errol Reuben Fernandes, John Little, Dr Wei Yang, Jo Mckerr, and Ton Muller.
Professionals such as architects, developers, ecologists, gardeners, garden designers, growers, landscapers, landscape architects, and planners are encouraged to attend this event.