Event Date: 19 October 2019 - 19 October 2019 Location: George Fisher, Keswick
Come to the George Fisher store in Keswick to hear environmental artists Harriet and Rob Fraser of somewhere-nowhere reflect on: "the nature and culture of the Lake District, and landscape as a canvas for the wilding of words, art and poetry". Afterwards, join them for a drop-in creative session.
Rooted in the natural world, 'somewhere-nowhere' celebrates the value of walking journeys and slow time outdoors, and has grown from a collaborative practice of photography and writing. Harriet and Rob use exploration, discovery and creativity to build connections between people and nature.
The John Muir Trust is a Scottish charitable company limited by guarantee (Charity No SC002061 Company No SC081620). Registered office: Tower House, Station Road, Pitlochry, PH16 5AN.
20 August 2019 by George Fisher
West Cumbria Rivers Trust has secured a total of £3.4 million funding for a range of major river improvement projects across the region that will contribute to flood risk reduction efforts, improve wildlife habitats and restore river environments.
A restoration project on Whit Beck near Lorton five years ago has been hugely successful in supporting Cumbria’s native salmon and trout populations, newly published research shows.
George Fisher General Manager PATRICK TAYLOR-BIRD on our continued search for the ideal solution…