Lothians Group AGM and talk on Project Seagrass

Join the Lothians Group AGM for a brief presentation of the group's annual activities and finances from the group's chair. This will take place from 7:30pm to 8pm.

This will be followed by a talk by Caitlin Godfrey on Project Seagrass conservation and habitat restoration. The Restoration Forth project is a conservation partnership between charities, local community groups and scientists which aims to restore seagrass and oyster reef habitats in the Firth of Forth. Historically, the Firth of Forth has been a key resource for people living on its shoreline but loss of key marine ecosystems has been a concern. We now have an opportunity to do something positive by taking bold restorative actions, to enhance the coastal environment of the Forth. Tonight, we will be hearing about the project's efforts to reintroduce native oysters to the Forth.

The venue is the Cornerstone Centre at St John’s Church, Princes Street, Edinburgh EH2 4BJ.

Family friendly event but children must be accompanied by an adult. The venue has disabled access and is accessible by public transport. No dogs allowed except assistance dogs.

For more information and any queries, please contact Nicholas Warren at chair@swtlothians.org.uk

Suggested donation: £3 per person (you can donate in person on the day). Donations will be welcome for the talk portion of the event.

Image: © Paul Naylor http://www.marinephoto.co.uk/







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