Tuesday 29 March 2022: Kelp and Marine Conservation in a Climate Crisis.

Talk by Sally Ashby on Kelp and Marine Conservation in a Climate Crisis.

Sally Ashby is Sussex Kelp Lead for Sussex Wildlife Trust. The Sussex Kelp Restoration Project is an ambitious and hope-filled project that aims to restore the nearshore marine ecosystem, build climate change resilience and support healthy productive seas for future generations.

Sally Ashby graduated in Zoology from Bristol University. She spent twelve years working in the television industry making documentaries and factual programmes for Channel 4. She then returned to her original passion for marine conservation and completed an MSc in Conservation at UCL focusing on coastal ecosystem services and the Cuckmere Estuary.

Please join us on Zoom from 7.15pm onwards. The talk will start at 7.30pm, and there will be plenty of time for Q&A and discussion afterwards. We invite you to send in questions beforehand to info@rotherenvironmental.org.uk

REG members will be sent the Zoom link by email. Non members who wish to attend the talk please contact info@rotherenvironmental.org.uk  for the zoom link. 

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