Cert.HE (University of Gloucestershire)
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Julie joined the CCRI in 1998, having worked previously as the administrator for the University of Gloucestershire’s Department of Countryside and Landscape. She is responsible for the development of the CCRI website, which she also edits. Julie also writes the CCRI press releases and electronic newsletters and is involved with the production of other promotional materials.
Julie Ryan’s recent blogs
It’s hard to think of something more satisfying than foraging for wild food and turning it into something delicious. Julie Ryan talks about her recent foraging escapades in the French Alps and her local forest.
Part two of Geotourism in the French Alps. Julie Ryan explores the Geopark site of Col de Bassachaux in the Haute-Savoie
Part one of a blog on Geotourism in the Chablais Géopark, a remarkable natural landscape in the Haute Savoie in the northern French Alps.
A blog that looks at the pleasures of eating seasonal food, prompted by the media coverage of the shortage of courgettes in UK supermarkets in February!
Some of CCRI’s Mauro Vigani’s research recently featured in an article in The Guardian in connection with the production of microalgae spirulina on the rooftop of the Novotel Hotel in Bangkok. Our blog article goes deeper into this fascinating subject as Mauro Vigani talks about the two main factors that can drive the growth of the microalgae sector for food: reducing production costs and improving consumer demand.