Notice of event from Old St Paul’s, Edinburgh.
BIODIVERSITY MATTERS - SAT 27th May
Biodiversity is one of the most important and complex features of our planet and it is now in crisis. To protect it we need to know about it.
This workshop will consider what biodiversity is and its relevance to everyday life and the wider world. Through practical activities we will explore:
• How variation occurs in living things
• Why variation matters
10.00am – 3.00pm (Coffee from 9.30am)
Cost £5 (including vegetarian lunch)
Venue: Old St Paul’s Church Hall, 63 Jeffrey Street, Edinburgh EH1 1DH
Facilitated by Ginger Franklin, former Education Officer at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh and Scottish Earth Science Education Forum
For more information and to book a place: