Julie Ingram and Rob Berry will be Cairo next week continuing CCRI’s collaboration with Research Institute for Sustainable Environment (RISE) at the American University Cairo (AUC), where they will be running workshops aimed to improve better water management for small holder farmers in Egypt.
The CCRI has welcomed Camille Glasson, a French student from AgroSup Dijon, who has come to the CCRI for three months to work on the PEGASUS project.
On 25 September 2014, CCRI artist-in-residence Antony Lyons (pictured right) presented an update on ‘Sabrina Dreaming’, with reference to his coastal investigations on the Severn Estuary, background research and links to some of the activities and research of the CCRI. He was joined by invited speaker Sarah Moore, from the charity Tree-Aid, who talked about some new landscape rehabilitation projects in West Africa, which were especially concerned with ecological design for water management and soil conservation. Antony’s project was reported in the summer edition (2014) of Severn Tidings (see page 6). The seminars are free to attend, but if you intend