Sean Woods joins minerals restoration project from the RSPB’s Northern Ireland headquarters
The RESTORE project has appointed a new minerals restoration adviser based in Northern Ireland.
Sean Woods joins the project from the RSPB’s Northern Ireland headquarters and will be looking to build on existing good working relations and forge even closer links with minerals stakeholders in the region.
Mr Woods (pictured) will be working alongside the Quarry Products Association Northern Ireland (QPANI), mineral operators, mineral planners and local communities, among others, to help maximize the benefits of quarry restoration for wildlife and people within this area of RESTORE’s north-west European reach.
Calling on his local communities engagement skills as an RSPB membership development officer and valuable experience gained while working with specialists in the civil engineering industry, Mr Woods is keen to make connections and share lessons learned from other stakeholders and partners within the RESTORE project.
He will also be aiming to showcase good Northern Ireland case studies and innovative ideas in minerals restoration for people and wildlife, for replication elsewhere.