Wednesday, 21 March 2012

South Manchester Environmental Forum

SOUTH MANCHESTER ENVIRONMENTAL FORUM are hosting Chorlton Big Green Festival’s ‘WHAT NEXT 2012’ on Thursday 29th March at St Clement’s Church, Edge Lane in Chorlton, at 6.30pm

Register at event-brite:

Speakers and community leaders from South Manchester’s most vibrant projects will explore the BIODIVERSITY theme ‘Plants and Plans’

Find out about ‘The Local Nature Partnership for Manchester’
from Partnership Chair, Paul Burroughs, Red Rose Forest

Choose discussion and activities to get involved in:

‘Wildlife is Everywhere– It’s Even Here, Where You Live with Dave Bishop (Friends of Chorlton Meadows)

‘Pop-up Farms schools project’with Matt Rowe (Transition Chorlton)

EM and Bokashi Save the World?with Giles Bradley

‘The Manchester Peregrine Falcon project’by Jenni Bailey (RSPB)

‘The Urban Beekeeper’by Dave Rome

‘South Manchester Environmental Forum – the future’with Joe Hulme (SMEF Development Group member)

Arrive 6.30pm for refreshments and networking.
Prompt start at 7pm
Finish at 9pm

Organised by Green Chorlton, the What Next? Forum traditionally takes place a few days before Chorlton's Big Green Festival. It puts environmental issues and sustainable living centre stage by combining expert talks with Q&As and an open forum in which members of the public can discuss ways to encourage eco-living in south Manchester. In the first year we tried to make this part of the main festival but we just couldn't make it work, too noisy and too many things going on.

1 comment:

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