Talk at Tarskavaig

Alison Hester of the James Hutton Institute is giving a talk in Tarskavaig Hall on Saturday 22nd November at 8pm entitled

A snapshot in time: 40 years of change in our mountain and moorland plants”.

She says ” Most of what I will summarise is whole Scotland level…. but what I have done is pick moorland and mountains as the focus habitats for my talk as they are so highly relevant for the general area on and around Sleat, so hopefully will be of high interest to people.”

(The James Hutton Institute was created in 2011 and brings together the Macaulay Land Use Research Institute and SCRI (Scottish Crop Research Institute.))

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