Future of Parks: Skills, Innovation and Creativity for C21st Challenges
11 Nov 2020
12. Closing remarks
The chairs reconvene to discuss key learnings from day two.
Carolin Gohler, James Dymond
Carolin Gohler FLI, Vice President of the Landscape Institute
Carolin Gohler (FLI) has over 30 years’ experience working as a Chartered Landscape Architect and Horticulturalist, with projects spanning small open spaces, historic, botanic and play gardens and public art to public and private places. Carolin’s particular interests include the creation of innovative plant combinations, promotion of hardy herbaceous perennials, usage of ornamental native species within green spaces and broadening the diversity of plants used within the public realm. For over a decade as the CEO, Carolin ran a charity with a diverse portfolio of countryside and heritage properties, benefitting public access, wildlife conservation, environmental education and strategic planning work covering a growing city.
James Dymond CMLI, Nottingham City Council
James Dymond is Vice Chair of the Midlands Parks Forum and a keen park user. James has 18 years’ experience in the parks and open spaces sector and currently manages parks development, ecology, rangers and country parks at Nottingham City Council. He enjoys managing projects at a variety of scales including multi-£m lottery funded restorations and work closely with numerous partners including other charities and third sector organisations.
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