#fit4thefuture.net 40 from Scotland come to Snowdonia to learn and share

The mix for NT and NTS staff. Rangers, Archaeologists, Property Managers, footpath teams, Ecologists... good mix

The mix for NT and NTS staff. Rangers, Archaeologists, Property Managers, footpath teams, Ecologists… good mix

The National Trust for Scotland came to town yesterday. Well actually 40 staff members came to Hafod y Llan farm on Snowdon to see, learn and share. The Trust in Scotland are about to embark on the generation of sustainable energy journey. Archaeologist were speaking to archaeologists, rangers to rangers and ecologist to ecologists (one lot embarking on and the others well down the renewables road. Peer to peer sharing) We spent the day looking at AD, biomass, LED, heat pumps and the inevitable hydro. The feedback was really positive. Nothing beats seeing and discussing. This event and many variations of it will be the cornerstone of the fledgling fit for the future network

Since we launched the ‘fit for the future’ network a few weeks ago things have been moving. Chloe Hampson (chloe.hampson@nationaltrust.org.uk) has been appointed as the coordinator for the network and has just spent the week with us in Wales. But more on that in a short while when Chloe starts bogging here! As for the http://www.fit4thefuture.net tag on the blog title this will be the new domain name / address for this blog (we will be running the ever so catchy current one for a while yet)

Nothing beats seeing and discussing. Emyr Hall NT building surveyor going through the intricacies of sewage treatment. (Hafod y Llan reed bed)

Nothing beats seeing and discussing. Emyr Hall NT building surveyor going through the intricacies of sewage treatment! (Hafod y Llan reed bed)

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