Who we are
Flora locale draws on the wide range of skills and expertise provided by individuals in the plant and nursery trade, professional botanists and ecologists. Together we deliver a well supported annual training programme and respond to enquiries about locating good quality flora for planting projects large and small; on a farm, smallholding, village green, city park or garden.
Claire McCorquodale Sue Clarke Sue Everett
Training Administrator Company Secretary Technical Advisor
The Flora locale Board
The Board meet twice a year to review and steer the business activities of Flora locale. They contribute their time and expertise voluntarily to achieve Flora locale's charitable aims. The Board work to influence government policy supported by our technical adviser. The current members of the Board are:
|Richard Clarke||Agri-environment;project management;landscape conservation and restoration.||Policy Adviser-South-East Protected Landscapes|
|David Burton||Agri-environment; landscape conservation and farming.||Natural England|
|Donald MacIntrye||Wild plants; seed collection and propagation; restoring wild plant communities; plant genetics.||Owner Emorsgate Seeds (commercial growing and collecting of wild seeds)|
|Dr Barbara Smith||Wild plants; ecological restoration||Ecologist; The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust|
|Robert Sutcliffe OBE||Agriculture; trees and shrubs; woodlands; project management||Farmer; Owner Burntwood Nursery (speciality nursery for native trees and shrubs)|
|Henry Oliver||Agri- environment; landscape conservation and restoration||Director of the North Wessex Downs Area of Oustanding Natural Beauty|
Technical Adviser to the Board
Sue Everett is an experienced consultant ecologist who advises and assists the Board with the technical aspects of project development, technical writing and advocacy. A full member of the Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management (IEEM) Visiting lecturer Leeds University (School of Biological Sciences) Editor and compiler of Conservation News for British Wildlife for over 20 years.
We do not have vacancies at the current time.
Current employment opportunities in the conservation and environment sector are advertised on many websites and in a variety of publications including :