An important part of the Craft Skills for Garden Conservation-project is the mapping of expertise. Here you will find information about the professionals who have contributed during a webinar or workshop, and in that way, is playing an important role in finding, developing and sharing best practice in the fields of Garden Conservation.

Andy Lewis is the Lead Fruit Grower at The Newt in Somerset.
Catarina Sjöberg is a senior lecturer in garden crafts, University of Gothenburg, Department of Conservation.
Ceridwen Davies, Kitchen Gardener at Dyffryn Gardens, National Trust.
Charles Dowding is a British No-dig expert who develops and explains time and labour saving-methods of gardening, high yelding and nature friendly
David is a speaker at the Hedges and Topiary cultivation-webinar on the topic «Extreme Hedge Cutting at Powis Castle».
As speaker on the webinar, Dr. Jan Woudstra will focus on the garden element “The grove” in his presentation.
Dr. Tijana Blanusa, RHS, is one of the speakers at the Hedges-webinar. Her presentation is about Ecosystem services of urban hedges.
Gemma will be a tutor during the Trained Fruit-workshop at Audley End – introducing the principals of late summer pruning, giving demos and tutoring the hands on pruning.
Hervé Mauclère is the Trained Fruit expert at Yvette Vallée in Transition’, near Paris, France.
Hilary is a gardener at the Hampton Court in the UK. She is the Kitchen Garden Keeper and Vine Keeper at Hampton Court Palace.
Jenny Bowden’s presentation at the Hedges-webinar will present the results from the new Box alternatives survey by RHS.
Jenny Nilsson is the presenter at the Hedges and Topiary cultivation-webinar. She is also very involved in the Lawn and meadow topic, as the presenter and speaker at the webinar and instructor at the workshop.
Jim Arbury, Fruit and Trials Specialist, Royal Horticultural Society
Joakim has a PhD in Garden Conservation and works at Gunnebo House and Gardens and the University of Gothenburg.
Johan is a Gardener and conservation biologist at Västkuststiftelsen which manages the Hamlet of Äskhult.
Karin Lindeblad is Garden Archaeologist at The Archaeologists, National Historical Museums in Stockholm.
Kate Nicoll is the workshop coordinator in the Craft Skills for Garden Conservation project, and in that way, more or less involved in all project activities.
Maria Flinck is a Swedish garden antiquarian and researcher on garden history.
Marit Myrstad is a Norwegian gardener and teacher in horticulture for historical gardens at Vea. She has worked within various fields of the industry since the 1970’s.
Mick Brown is the Production Garden Manager at Chatsworth Gardens.
Willem Zieleman will give a presentation about the box hedges at Het Loo on the Hedges-webinar, with the title: «In search of a hedge».
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