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Online: Biodiversity in the Sid Valley @ Café Scientifique
June 16, 2020 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
‘Looking to 2030: How the Sid Valley can enhance its biodiversity over the next decade’
(rescheduled from Thursday 18th June)
Two speakers will present aspects of biodiversity from their own professional perspective, as we consider how to improve the quality and quantity of the local biodiversity in the Sid Valley:
Rupert Bannister of Bicton College: Horticulturalist and Lecturer at Bicton College: rgbannister.org
Sam Bridgewater: Head of Wildlife and Conservation at Clinton Devon Estates: https://clintondevon.com/about-us/#modal-916
Each talk will be followed by a Q&A session.
Open to all.
If you wish to join the event on Zoom, contact the Café Scientifique: https://www.sidmouthsciencefestival.org/contact-us
or the VGS: visionforsidmouth.org/contact/
With thanks to the Science Festival for hosting the event.
More details on the Café Scientifique website: sidmouthsciencefestival.org/tags/café-scientifique
(Deborah Hemming of the Met Office and Louise Woolley, consultant ecologist, had originally intended to take part but are not available.)
With the support of the Sidmouth Arboretum
With the support of the Sidmouth Science Festival
Arranged by the Vision Group for Sidmouth