This year’s Lowland Derbyshire Biodiversity Forum will be held at County Hall, Matlock on Saturday 30th November from 10-4.15pm
With a theme loosely based around ‘Species’, there will be talks from a range of county experts, plus two workshop sessions on topics you can choose from.
The main speaker is Tim Birch, formerly of Greenpeace, but now the new Conservation Manager at Derbyshire Wildlife Trust who leads on their badger vaccination campaign. Like most of us, he is concerned at the decline of many species, both globally and locally.
Places are free, but do need to be booked by Monday 18th November. The flyer contains a Booking Form which can be printed and mailed back to Nick Moyes, at the address on the booking form.
Groups are welcome to bring displays or appropriate material to sell, but will need to be responsible for their own stock and money. You can book a table space via the normal booking form.