Anyone interested in conservation issues locally might be tempted to attend this open to all conference at Dorothy Stringer High School in Brighton.
Under the guidance of Dr. Dan Danahar, the school has recently created a fabulous Butterfly Reserve on the school grounds which has already attracted Small Blues, Chalkhill Blues & Adonis Blues. A fantastic success.
More information can be found by following the links.
The Big Nature Conference 2010 celebrates the International Year of Biodiversity and highlights the importance of biodiversity to people in Brighton & Hove. It also aims to show how people, acting locally, can make - and have made - a real difference to the conservation of biodiversity for future generations.