Conservation Land Management is published four times per year (in March, June, September and December). Each issue is delivered around the third week of the month that it is published. After you have subscribed, you will begin receiving the magazine from the next issue available onwards.When will my direct debit be taken?
If your subscription is by direct debit, payment will be taken in April (for subscriptions starting in March), June (for subscriptions starting in June), October (for subscriptions starting in September) and December (for subscriptions starting in December). This will renew automatically each year, unless you choose to cancel your subscription. Notification of any changes to the direct debit will be printed on the cover sheet of the last issue of your current subscription.How do I renew my subscription?
If your subscription is a one-off (paid by cheque or card, rather than direct debit), it will not renew automatically, and you will be required to renew it each year if you wish to continue receiving the magazine. A subscription renewal form will be enclosed with the final issue of your subscription.How do I cancel my subscription?
If your subscription is paid by direct debit, you can cancel this directly with your bank. We will then be informed and will cancel your subscription. Alternatively, you can cancel your subscription with us directly by phone or email.What if I cancel mid-subscription?
Cancellations are accepted mid-subscription. We cannot refund the balance of the subscription, but you will continue to receive the magazine until the subscription has lapsed.How do I order a back issue?
If you wish to purchase a back issue, please email or phone our subscriptions department to check availability. Back issues are £5.00 each (this includes postage).Is the magazine available in digital format?
The magazine is not currently available in a digital format, but this is something that we are investigating.How can I contribute an article?
CLM readers constitute a broad mix of conservation and land management professionals, semi-professionals, enthusiastic amateurs, academics and students. The best approach is to read through a few articles in back issues to get a feel for the content type, you can access our free online issue here. CLM is not a refereed scientific journal (although we will consult on the content of articles from time to time). Authors are advised to submit a brief synopsis (100-200 words) and sample text before submitting a completed article. A detailed style guide is available upon request. Please email your proposal to the Commissioning Editor firstname.lastname@example.org We will respond to all submissions.How can I contribute a letter?
Please send your letter to the Editor by email (email@example.com), or by post to:Guy Freeman, Editor
All letters will be responded to and considered for inclusion. We look forward to hearing from you.