Presentation to show love to London’s wetlands

January 26, 2017 by  

Wetlands perform an invaluable function in the environment, and during an upcoming presentation in London, audience members will learn more about them and what they can do to help protect them from human activity.

The discussion will be facilitated by Western University’s geography department’s Prof. Chris Smart and will cover a variety of topics related to the swamps, bogs and other wetlands around London. Attendees will have an opportunity to learn more about the role these spaces play in the overall biodiversity of the area.

According to the organizers of the event, many people view these areas with a negative light, and they hope those who attend the talk will walk away with a newfound appreciation for wetlands. Attendees will learn what they can do to help manage and protect them so they will continue to be a part of the region’s biodiversity. Brochures and other materials that give more information about the topic being discussed can be provided by a printer for an event like this.

The Save a Little Love for the Wetlands presentation has been scheduled for February 14th at 7:00 in the London Central Library’s Wolf Performance Hall. Everyone is welcome to attend.

More information about the event, as well as a listing of other discussions that have been planned by Nature London, can be found on its website.