Citizen Science

Event date:
28th March 2019
The Sill: National Landscape Discovery Centre

Get hands-on at The Sill with our Citizen Science sessions.

The impact of climate change is likely to be one of the greatest challenges ever faced by humanity.

In this session, we will explain the value and importance of mires for carbon capture, historical climate recording as a habitat for a unique range of species. You will learn how to identify the main species typical of a mire and how to upload information onto a biological recording system.

The event coincides with our Flow Country Exhibition.

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Bellcrag flow, a mire or blanket bog in Wark Forest, Northumberland National Park, England. OS grid reference NY 777 726