Our Heritage in Our Hands: Caring for Scotland’s Great Gardens
Ann Steele gives this talk on how the National Trust for Scotland works to ensure that Scotland’s great garden heritage is sustainable – now and for future generations.
About Our Heritage in Our Hands: Caring for Scotland’s Great Gardens
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Managing gardens is all about managing change. Ann Steele will discuss how the National Trust for Scotland works to ensure that Scotland’s great garden heritage is sustainable – now and for future generations. Ann Steele trained as a professional gardener and amenity landscape manager. She has worked for the National Trust for Scotland in a variety of roles since 1992 across a range of its gardens and was most recently appointed to the new post of Head of Heritage Gardening (Policy) in 2016.
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