Galloway and Southern Ayrshire Biosphere has a team managed by Southern Uplands Partnership.
Ed Forrest - Biosphere Co-ordinator
Galloway and Southern Ayrshire Biosphere co-ordinator
phone: 0771 7767936
Wendy Fenton - Natural Heritage Officer
Wendy is responsible for raising awareness of the natural environment within the Biosphere and guiding land managers towards how best to manage and enhance this special resource.
Having lived in the area for many years Wendy has developed a keen understanding of the varied environments within the Biosphere and the interaction between them and the working landscape. Working initially for the Farming and Wildlife Advisory Group (FWAG) and then as an independent farm conservation advisor, she relishes the opportunity of working with land managers within the Biosphere, towards further enhancing the valuable and often fragile habitats we have that make it such a special place.
Natural Heritage Officer
phone: 07467 374962
Marie McNulty - Business Development Officer
As the Business Development officer, Marie McNulty is responsible for developing relationships between businesses and agencies in the Galloway and Southern Ayrshire Biosphere. Marie lives in Ayrshire and brings with her excellent business engagement experience. Her focus will be ensuring that the Biosphere Charter is widely supported and that the Biosphere develops a much higher profile with businesses in the Biosphere, maximising opportunities for sustainable businesses development .
Business Development Officer
phone: 07467 374963
Dr Emily Taylor - Natural Heritage Officer
Emily is responsible for raising awareness of the natural environment within the Biosphere and guiding land managers towards how best to manage and enhance this special resource.
Originally hailing from the Isle of Coll, Emily’s passion is the countryside and the sustainable management of our natural environment. After gaining a BSc from the University of St Andrews in Marine Environmental Biology she worked as a Countryside Ranger in Aberdeenshire before moving to Galloway and working for the Farming and Wildlife Advisory Group (FWAG) and then gaining a Master’s degree from the University of Glasgow in Carbon Management and a PhD with the University of Edinburgh and the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology. She now works for the Crichton Carbon Centre where she continues research and works as a project officer for the Biosphere as well as the Peatland Action peatland restoration project.
Natural Heritage Officer