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Biodiversity begins with a Bee – North East Scotland Biodiversity Partnership’s Invertebrate Work

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9 December 2014: 4pm
at the James Hutton Institute, Aberdeen AB15 8QH
for scientists, researchers and other interested parties

Rose Toney will deliver this Aberdeen Entomological Club seminar entitled: Biodiversity begins with a Bee – North East Scotland Biodiversity Partnership’s Invertebrate Work. It will be held at the James Hutton Institute in Aberdeen.

Rose Toney is the Co-ordinator for the North East Scotland Biodiversity Partnership, hosted by the James Hutton Institute. She is a keen supporter of community engagement and, in particular, Citizen Science. Over the last four years, she has worked with a diverse range of groups to raise awareness of the natural environment across the region and implement practical measures to help enhance local biodiversity.  The seminar will focus on some of the invertebrate work that the Partnership has been involved in over the last few years, including  the Small Blue Butterfly Project, the Pooling our Ponds Project and the Demonstration Wildflower Project. Rose will discuss the background to these projects, how they were set up, and their progress to date.


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The James Hutton Research Institute is the result of the merger in April 2011 of MLURI and SCRI. This merger formed a new powerhouse for research into food, land use, and climate change.