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  • Cambridge Venues While the International Conference of National Trusts is based in 2015 at Cambridge University the Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday will be spent in the field using National Trust properties as the meeting venues. We thought it would help you to have a map and links to background information about all of the venues. These field visits will ...
  • Don’t forget the National Trust’s London A personal point of view about London by Bill Turner, INTO Vice-Chair. Really no trip to England is complete without spending some time in London, one of the most exciting cities in the world. There is so much National Trust to see in London. The map below shows the location of the key National Trust properties ...
  • Enough is enough! – Help Stop Poaching “Don’t think because you don’t live in Africa you can’t help us stop the poaching of our rhinos and elephants. Go on social media, read up about it, talk about it.” – Francois Pienaar, #WhoseSideAreYouOn WEBMASTER’S NOTE:  United for Wildlife is an amazing partnership of many of the world’s top environmental organizations. They ...
  • What to do after ICNT in Cambridge. If you are travelling a great distance to be in Cambridge why not consider rewarding yourself and staying on in England for a week or more? There are so many exciting things that you can do. In this post I want to pique your interest. I want to get you thinking and ...
  • Drones and Computers in Conservation – Webinar now on-line What do Elephants and Rhinos have in common with landscapes designed by Capability Brown? Find out how Drones, combined with computers are being used to help us understand and protect both. You will hear from Mike Calnan, Head of Gardens for the National Trust and John Peterson Chairman, of the Charles A and Anne Morrow Lindbergh ...
  • Tribute to Peter Mansfield Peter Mansfield passed away at his home at about 6:00 pm on March 24th. The National Trust movement lost a champion and a pioneer with Peter’s passing. Peter was passionate about The National Trust, he was passionate about Cornwall, and about his community. Peter trained in law and then land management before joining the National Trust ...
  • Tech Talk – a series of Webinars for National Trusts INTO is delighted to announce that we will be producing a series of Webinars titled “Tech Talk” designed to bring the latest in technology to our members. The first session of Tech Talk will be on Thursday April the 16th at 3pm Greenwich Time. It will focus on the uses of Drones by conservation ...
  • Camino Day 1 Ferrol to Pontedeume We were fortunate to be able to spend Day 0-1 (Yesterday) in the town of Coruna where we found the portion of the Camino that begins there.         Day one actually began on Day 0, Sunday September 14th when we all began to arrive in Ferrol. Gerie and I arrived by train from Coruna, a comfortable 1.25 ...
  • The National Trust Movement A movement that can change our future by caring for and about our past All of us involved in INTO are fortunate in so many ways. We are fortunate because we are involved in the biggest conservation movement in the world. The biggest and in my mind the most successful and most positive. We are part ...
  • Scam Alert Beware of a recent scam being operated on the internet. Ever since the conference in Entebbe I have been getting a lot of junk emails and it seems that someone has obtained the contact list for those who attended the conference. The scam that stands out most is the “International Conference Speaker” invitation. At first I ...

Email Bill: vicechair@intoorg.org

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