Free ‘St Austell Bay Seagrass & Maerl Evening’
Join the Cornwall Wildlife Trust for evening of informative talks about some of our most important marine habitats.
Throughout the talks, we will be exploring many aspects of these extraordinary local species including, the amazing wildlife and ecosystem they support, why they are so central to help tackling the nature and climate crisis as a blue carbon habitat, how we can protect it as a local community and more!
We’ll also be revealing the findings from our St Austell Bay Blue Carbon Mapping Project funded by the G7 Legacy Project through Natural England, including brand new results from our latest survey work.
We will also be giving details about the new Community Conservation Project focused on Seagrass and how you can get involved.
More information on speakers will be available soon!
Where: St Austell Arts Theatre
When: Thursday, 18th April, Starts at 6.30pm – 9.30pm
Doors Open and Licensed Bar from 6.00pm
Car Parking: There is free car park on-site. However, we’d encourage car sharing where possible.
This event has been made possible through the Your Shore.