skip to content

Exploring the Future of the Fens

10:00am-4:00pm on Saturday 23 March

Times shown are in GMT (UTC +0) up to the 26th March. For events on or after 27th March times are in BST (UTC +1).

David Attenborough Building, New Museums Site, CB2 3QZ

Join us for a unique workshop where we explore the future of the Fens and discover the vital work undertaken by the Cambridge Centre for Landscape Regeneration (CLR).

This is a unique opportunity to delve into the heart of the Fens, understand the intricacies of its ecosystem, and imagine its future. This event isn't just about science; we encourage you to engage in meaningful conversations, share your perspectives, and explore your own connections to the Fens.

This event will explore the complex ecosystem of the Fens and will investigate critical facets at play in the landscape including biodiversity, greenhouse gas emissions, water management, economic factors, and the delicate balance of all these factors with food production. This research sets the stage for envisioning the potential futures of the Fens.
What happens if we prioritize food production? How would the landscape transform if we focus on preserving biodiversity? These are just a few of the questions we'll tackle, and we invite you to contribute to the discussion. Let your voice be heard as we discuss choices that will shape the future of the Fens.

Visit [Event Link] for more information and follow us on Twitter @ce_waite and @CLR_Cambridge. You can also check out our website for more details on the project at

Booking/Registration is: UNAVAILABLE

For further info:

Additional Information

Age: All Ages
Format: Workshop
Timing: In person
Theme: Environment
Accessibility: Full access

You might also like...

Read more at: inReach: A mixed media exhibition of lived expertise

inReach: A mixed media exhibition of lived expertise

9:00am-5:00pm on weekdays from Monday 18 March until Friday 12 April except on Bank Holidays
In person
All Ages

inReach (an inversion of ‘outreach’) considers the creative work of those usually closed off from academic and artistic production because of...