UKCEH Nature Positive Future Programme: Field Meeting at East Hendred Estate

UKCEH are delighted to invite you to their farm event to demonstrate new methodologies for planning and verifying nature positive investments to drive nature recovery.

UKCEH will demonstrate a variety of technologies and methods for:

  • Targeting areas for nature positive interventions, including the e-planner tool;
  • Sensor technologies for assessing environmental assets, including high resolution earth observation and greenhouse gas flux towers; and
  • Advanced computer vision and AI to verify biodiversity outcomes, including the e-surveyor app and the Automated Monitoring Insects (AMI) system.

  1. 10:15 Arrival with tea and coffee
  1. Introductions
  1. Stop 1 – Greenhouse gas measurements
  1. Stop 2 – Habitat creation for wildlife  
    1. In-field strips (Lead: Richard Pywell, UKCEH)
    2. E-Surveyor / Automated Monitoring of Insects (AMI) trap (Lead: Tom August, UKCEH)
    3. Flux tower (Lead: Ross Morrison, UKCEH)
  1. Lunch on the Downs
    Biodiversity Net Gain, chalk downland restoration
  1. Stop 3 – Agroforestry field 
    1. Agroforestry (Lead: Julian Gold, Farm Manager)
    2. E-planner (Lead: John Redhead, UKCEH)
  1. Tea & coffee at the Estate office before 3pm depart
Event Details
  • Wednesday 12 July, 10:30 – 15:00

  • Lunch will be included

  • Collection from Didcot Parkway Station available if required

  • East Hendred Estate, Oxfordshire, OX12 8LF

  • Organised by UKCEH


Register for your place

The event is being organised by UKCEH, with support from Ecosystems Knowledge Network (EKN).