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Biodiversity in the Sid Valley: rescheduled
June 18, 2020 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
‘Looking to 2030: How the Sid Valley can enhance its biodiversity over the next decade’
– this event has now been rescheduled for Tuesday 16th June –
Four speakers will present an aspect of biodiversity from their own professional perspective, to bring to us here in the Sid Valley as we consider how to improve the quality and quantity of our own local biodiversity:
Rupert Bannister of Bicton College: rgbannister.org/education-learning-engagement/
Sam Bridgewater of Clinton Devon Estates: ntsidmouth.org/event/making-space-for-nature
Deborah Hemming of the Met Office: metoffice.gov.uk/research/people/deborah-hemming
Louise Woolley, consultant ecologist: uk.linkedin.com/in/louise-woolley-bsc-hons-mcieem-a1051049
Open to the public – as well as local interest groups and local representatives of national groups.
There will be several Q&A sessions, as well as the intervals between the talks, to allow for informal exchange.
With the support of the Sidmouth Arboretum
With the support of the Sidmouth Science Festival
Hosted by the Vision Group for Sidmouth