Finn Barlow-Duncan

Impact Officer

Finn is the iCASP team’s Impact Officer and draws on his past experience working for Natural England, as a Catchment Sensitive Farming partnership project manager to great effect. He is responsible for identifying opportunities within the region where iCASP can have a positive and lasting impact. This is achieved through having a strong understanding of the current research base and partners’ priorities.

Using this understanding he brokers relationships between scientists, undertaking catchment management research, and organisations that could benefit from this research. Finn also helps to develop co-designed projects, ensuring they run smoothly and achieve their desired results.

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