And so we come to the pinnacle of the Festival of Biodiversity, the final event-packed day!

All of todays activities, talks and workshops will be held at, or start from, the Pathfoot Building at the University of Stirling.

**Booking is essential** for the vast majority of the events as numbers are restricted.

The events on this page will be continually updated so please bookmark the website and keep checking back for more details and new events!

Why is biodiversity important?
10am – 10.45am
Professor Kirsty Park
Guided Campus Walk
10am – 11am
Professor Alistair Jump & Sarah H Watts

Clyde Climate Forest
11am – 12 noon
Max Hislop
Belowground Safari
11am – 12 noon
Dr. Francois-Xavier Joly
Forest Bathing
11am – 12.30pm
Highland Quitelife
The Importance of insects and threats
they face

15 mins show, at 12 noon & 1.15pm
Darkroom Ecology
12 noon – 4pm
The Hive, Scion House
Guided Nature / Sculpture Walk
12.15pm – 1.15pm
Sarah Bromage & Professor Alistair Jump
Bringing back the wee trees: the benefits of mountain woodland restoration
12.15pm – 1.15pm
Sarah H. Watts
Riverwoods: an untold story
1.30pm – 2.30pm
Tales from Tree Rings: What can trees tell us about their environment?
2pm – 3pm
Professor Alistair Jump
Forest Bathing
2pm – 3.30pm
Highland Quitelife
Re-Beavering of Scotland’s Rivers
2.45pm – 3.45pm
Professor Nigel Willby
How does the food we eat affect biodiversity?
4pm – 4.30pm
Dr. Richard Newton
Sucking Nectar from Summer Clover
7pm – 8.30pm
Ted Leeming on Zoom
Pondlife in Close-up
Campus Tree Walk: Self-guided walk
The Trees of Riverside: Self-guided walk
in Riverside, Stirling

Theme by the University of Stirling