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We will take a closer look at rocky shore biodiversity with Marie Power, aka The Sea Gardener. Come and explore the flora and fauna of the rocky shore, including identifying edible seaweeds. Experience the food eaten by our ancestors – that native Irish superfood – seaweed! We finish with a quick beach clean.
Suitable for all age groups with average fitness. We will be walking on the beach and rocks, so waterproof and slip-proof footwear essential. Young children can be excellent amateur ecologists and foragers and are most welcome. The child needs to be at a stage where they have the attention span to listen to some explanation / demonstration.
Date & Time: 11:00 am start – 12:30 pm finish, Saturday 18th May
Location: Garrus Beach 52.135312, -7.201223 Caher Graigue Little, Co. Waterford
This National Biodiveristy Week event is free of charge.
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This is a National Biodiversity Week event supported by the Irish Environmental Network & National Parks and Wildlife Service.