Year of Fieldwork Supporters

The founder partners of Year of Fieldwork - Esri UK, Field Studies Council, the Geographical Association, Ordnance Survey and the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) - are delighted that the following organisations supported the Year of Fieldwork.

Association for Science Education (ASE)

For 2016, ASE is delighted to support the Year of Fieldwork

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Atkins Global

Fieldwork helps build lifelong relationships with the natural world.

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British Ecological Society

Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management (CIEEM)

The Earth Science Teachers’ Association

It is impossible for students to develop a satisfactory understanding of geology without significant exposure to field-based teaching

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Education Scotland

Fieldwork is an wonderful opportunity to engage and excite children and young people.

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Highlands and Islands Enterprise

John Muir Trust

Marine Conservation Society

Marine Alliance Science Technology Scotland (MASTS)

Open Air Laboratories (OPAL)

OPAL fully supports 'Year of Fieldwork' initiative.

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Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh

The Royal Highland Education Trust (RHET)

Royal Meteorological Society

The weather is a fieldwork resource that is available to everyone, on their doorstep.

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Royal Scottish Geographical Society


Scottish Association of Geography Teachers

Scottish Association for Marine Science

Scottish Environment Link

Scottish Natural Heritage

Andrew Bachell, Director of Policy and Advice in Scottish Natural Heritage, supports the Year of Fieldwork, commenting: “Almost everything we know about nature comes from fieldwork,

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Scottish Outdoor Education Centres

As a sustainable development practitioner, I am conscious of the need to enthuse, inspire and motivate young people about the world we live in and depend upon.

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