Showing posts from 2022

CJS Professional: August 2022

It’s all about balance

National Highways: Low Nutrient Grasslands - reducing maintenance and increasing biodiversity

Working for Denbighshire Countryside Service

Virtual Fencing, a Conservation Graze-Changer?

Something for the children to do during the holidays

The job of a Highways and PROW Officer

#PlasticInMammals research – Looking at the ingestion of plastic by our UK small mammal populations

Love Parks Week starts on Friday

An interview with..

Arbtech MD Robert Oates highlights how ecologists can boost their employability

Saving lives in wild and remote places

Will the water always flow?

CJS Professional: July 2022

We need an Editorial Assistant - are you the right person to join our team?

Finding your feet and the perfect countryside job for you

Lone Working – Are You Managing the Risk?

Successes for the new suite of Countryside Apprenticeships within the National Trust

“Are you having a laugh?”

Marking a milestone for local authority commitment to Net Zero

Managing visitors with dogs post-Covid

Some history and a new old feature from CJS

Plastic Free July and The 2 Minute Foundation

Casey-Jo is a Countryside Ranger on the Isle of Gigha in Scotland

The Rise of Female Wildlife Rangers Globally

Job profile of a Lecturer in Land-based studies

Wildlife Trust welcomes farmers’ response to new approaches to speeding up efforts to tackle nature and climate crisis

Supporting the Volunteering offer