AIVC Event – Henley Cafe Sci : Bringing Back the Beaver

You are invited to join Basingstoke IVC Science enthusiasts at a talk on “Bringing Back The Beaver” to be delivered by Derek Gow.

Sadly, after nearly 85 meetings, it is very disappointing, if quite understandable, that Henley Cafe Sci have to suspend operations due to the uncompromising coronavirus.

They will resume their live cafes as soon as possible. The speakers previously booked all hope to appear at some time in the future. In the mean time, Henley Cafe Sci are experimenting with online cafes:

A first hand account of how the movement with all its ups and downs to rewild beavers into the British landscape can be critical as part of sustainable fix for the UK’s growing flooding and drought problems.


Derek Gow, a farmer in Devon/Cornwall and Nature Conservationist who has had a significant role in the Reintroduction of Beaver, Water Vole and White Stork

Christmas present book Suggestion : “Bringing back the Beaver” by Derek Gow published by Chelsea Green

Please register to attend at Cafe Sci Henley ([email protected]) and we will send meeting details just before the event. If you would like to have a test log-in before the meeting, please mention this when you register.

Just to make sure it is understood the Online Process is

1. We announce meeting

2 . You respond with a registration to [email protected]
3. We send details a few days before
4. If you are not coming please advise
5. You log into event

During the talk please mute your device and turn off video so no background interference spoils the session.

To ask a question please use the Chat icon. We usually answer all questions in the order they are presented

The period 7 to 7:30, we can leave mikes and videos on if you wish to talk to the crowd or someone specifically.

At the end I will unmute all so we can applause if you wish.

Prior to December 9th, if you wish to run a dummy test logging in then let me know when you register.


December 9


07:30 pm - 09:00 pm

Click to Register:

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