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Talk: What would the world be like without kelp?
19:30 on 20 August 2019
Ullapool Ferry Terminal
Join An Talla Solais for a unique and engaging conversation between Professor Juliet Brodie, research leader at London’s Natural History Museum and a world expert on seaweed, and local marine scientist Ailsa McLellan who works to raise awareness of the continued threat of kelp dredging around Scotland’s coastline.
Find out how seaweed plays a vital role for our ecosystems and coastlines not just around the west of Scotland but across the world and how valuable these ‘forests under the sea’ are for our future.
This special event is part of our current exhibition ‘As Coastline is to Ocean’.
This is a free event but advance booking is recommended: please email [email protected]
Image with many thanks to Andy Davies.