She works across radio, television and print for a variety of broadcasters and publications, including RTE, BBC, The Guardian and the Irish Times, amongst others. She’s presented a wide range of radio shows for RTE, including Shanks Mare, Documentary on One, Into the Deep, award-winning Mind Matters, Future Tense, Nature’s Web, The Green Light, Farm Week and Countrywide. For BBC, she has reported for and presented Farming Today, On Your Farm and The Food Programme on Radio 4, and documentaries on BBC World Service. She also does investigative reporting for The Guardian, including work on the use of migrant labour in the fishing and meat industries.
She has presented RTE’s food and farming television series Ear to the Ground since 2009, and other series such as Big Week on the Farm, The Consumer Show and more recently, Open for Business.
Meet the keynote speakers
Since 2004, Jeff has developed research programs in freshwater, estuarine, and marine ecosystems to understand the ecological outcomes of largest dam removal in U.S. history on the Elwha River. He also examines dam removal at continental and international scales, synthesizing what is known about the science of dam removal in several publications and a database called the Dam Removal Information Portal. He has published over 75 scientific journal articles and reports, which can be found online at his USGS Profile https://www.usgs.gov/staff-profiles/jeffrey-duda.
June 15, 2023
Save the date & call for abstracts launch
September 5, 2023
October 13, 2023
Call for abstracts closes
November 15, 2023
Speakers selected and invited
December 4, 2023
Announcement: Programme on the website
March 1, 2024
April 15-17, 2024
Free Flow Conference
Frequently asked questions
Registrations opened on September 5, 2023 and tickets are available for purchase before April 1, 2024 or until sold out. Place is limited so we advise you to book as soon as possible – 100 tickets are already sold.
Tickets are being sold through a platform Eventbrite. After completing a purchase, you will receive invoice and tickets to your email address.
All the prices include VAT.
|Regular price||Student price|
|General attendance fee||229,90€||114,95€|
|Excursion (5 options to choose from)||50,82€||50,82€|
The tickets for April 15 and 16 include lunch and refreshments. The ticket for April 17 includes travel and lunch. The conference dinner and field trips are optional.
By registering, you are accepting that we include your name and affiliation (no email addresses) on a registration list that we will facilitate to all attendees.
Tickets are refundable until 30 days before the event. Reimbursements are done automatically through Eventbrite platform.
We are happy to see full time students in higher education joining the Free Flow 2024 conference and we offer discounts to make it easier to come along. For more information on eligibility and how to get reduced price, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Places are limited and available until sold out on a first come, first served basis.
Groningen is easily reached by car or using public transport. The city has a direct train connection with Amsterdam Schiphol Airport (AMS). There is a small international airport Eelde (GRQ), but with limited connections.
What to do in Groningen
Groningen offers diverse accommodation options for every budget. We advise you to visit websites like booking.com and airbnb.com to find an accommodation that suits your needs.