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2pm, Wednesday, 19th May 2021, Adults and children 12yrs+

Biodiversity for Citizen Scientists

Free

Birch buff-tip moth (Phalera bucephala) mimicking a birch twig

The Irish Community Archive Network presents a talk with plant ecologist Dr Fran Giaquinto. One of the best ways to promote biodiversity is to protect what you have and, to do this, it’s necessary to find out what you have. Join this online talk to find out how easy and enjoyable citizen science can be for the whole family and how as citizen scientists working together, we can turn the tide on biodiversity loss.


Dr Fran Giaquinto CEnv MCIEEM is an independent plant ecologist who has worked in evidence-based, solutions-focused field ecology for the last 35 years. In 2019 she was awarded chartered environmentalist status in recognition of her work with invasive species. Her lifelong research has focused on the mutually beneficial relationships that occur between plants, fungi and insects. She is a full member of the Chartered Institute Ecological and Environmental Management and lives in County Clare.

Find out about the Irish Community Archive Network here

This event is organised courtesy of Clare County Heritage Office.
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Booking is essential for this event and spaces are limited. Please contact educationtph@museum.ie by 12pm on Monday 17th May  to make a booking.

Location:


Biodiversity for Citizen Scientists is located at:
Turlough Park,
Castlebar,
Co. Mayo
F23 HY31


An insight into what it means to be a citizen scientist and how we can all contribute.

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Turlough Park,
Castlebar,
Co. Mayo,
F23 HY31

+353 94 903 1755