The biodiversity of soils and how to conserve it, for domestic and public gardens, parks and community organisations"

Event date: 
Wednesday, June 24, 2015
Event venue: 
Flett Lecture Theatre, Natural History Museum, London United Kingdom
Event description: 

The Wildlife Gardening Forum (WLGF) is a group of organisations and individuals who share a passion for the wildlife which enlivens our gardens, and who want more people to understand how important gardens are for wildlife, human health and wellbeing, and for a sustainable future.  

Their next Forum Conference is being held in London and Speakers so far include:

  • Emma Sherlock NHM (Senior Curator, Free-living worms and Porifera)
  • Senior Curator) on earthworms
  • Martin I. Bidartondo (Imperial) on aspects of mycorrhizae
  • Caroline Corsie Worcestershire Wildlife Trust - soils and agriculture/horticulture
  • Matthew Shepherd  Natural England  on soils and conservation

More details can be found here