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Rob Yorke
Curious conservationist, commentator. outdoors. Reconciliation countryside
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Rob Yorke 2h
Replying to @Tweedecology
Thanks. Bit of a needle in a groove!
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Rob Yorke 4h
On reconciling rewilding, dodging rabbit holes, and managing Jeremy Vine
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Rob Yorke 4h
Replying to @RSPBNews
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Rob Yorke 4h
Replying to @herdyshepherd1
1861 Year UK was first country in the world where over 50% of the population started living in cities Now at 83% Metabolic rift in action underpins extractive/rose-tinted tensions
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Rob Yorke 5h
My Apprentice challenge to Patrick Holden, Geraint Davies, Prof Calvin Jones at the debate on food choices - Sunday 15.30 The Farmyard Audience interaction essential
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St JOHN Restaurant Sep 19
Please join these two true mavericks on Sunday, 1pm-2pm, at . They'll be on stage with for THE PIVOTAL PIG: Pig: 25 Years of British food through the eyes of St. JOHN. Oh, and handing out Eccles cakes and Lancashire Cheese.
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Rob Yorke 6h
Replying to @FionaJDavies
Marvellous. Any issues with fencing common land? S38 or walkers?
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Rob Yorke 7h
Some serious in Dundee, Scotland seed potatoes Save our
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Rob Yorke 24h
As cattle disappear from uplands, heather dies back, incoming prehistoric bracken reclaims those blue remembered hills, what farms were there? (nod to A E Housman)
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Rob Yorke Sep 19
A challenging issue And not just my piece on lead. Ethical eats, revisiting the Code, engaging with other views Have the debate
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Rob Yorke Sep 19
The guy is a master!
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Ben Phalan Apr 12
I agree. We (ornithologists) refer to "forest", "grassland" and "farmland" birds as if they're comparable categories, but species have evolved over millions of years in natural habitats while farmland has only existed for a few thousand years.
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Rob Yorke Sep 19
is not straightforward as
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Rob Yorke Sep 19
While un-weaving wildlife conservation from animal rights Nature doesn't do welfare!
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Rob Yorke Sep 19
A call to arms to raise our game For collaborative conservation
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Rob Yorke Sep 19
Passion and emotion great, though framing Overton Windows* without informing audience of the relevant canvas of intrinsically complex wicked problems, is risky business *
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Rob Yorke Sep 18
My 25th year of working for statutory undertakers in the south east I've seen it all
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Rob Yorke Sep 18
The welcomed N word Nuance! Good stuff Ps 'Behaviour change' as to the chips consumed on the sofa or actions on social media?!
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Rob Yorke Sep 18
Your food choices. The Big Debate Sunday 22 Sept. 15.30 The Farmyard sweep Chaired by me
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