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Clifton Bain on Ancient Pinewoods of Scotland

Leafing Through Natural Scotland Book Festival

Sunday, 16 June 2013 from 16:00 to 16:45 (BST)

Clifton Bain on Ancient Pinewoods of Scotland

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Clifton Bain lives in Edinburgh and has over 25 years’ experience working in nature conservation. He has visited all the main ancient pinewood remnants and has written a new book explaining their history, conservation management and how to reach them. A journey to the pinewoods offers a natural spectacle alongside a rich cultural heritage with visible traces of the people who have lived and worked there over the centuries. This talk will provide a vivid and striking introduction to the ancient pinewood sites and will explain how their fate has turned from near extinction to a conservation success story.

 

Ages 14+, Patrick Geddes Room, upstairs in the John Hope Gateway, Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh

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The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh
20A Inverleith Row



Sunday, 16 June 2013 from 16:00 to 16:45 (BST)


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Leafing Through Natural Scotland Book Festival

Publishing Scotland is delighted to be working with the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh to celebrate this Year of Natural Scotland 2013. We've put together Leafing Through Natural Scotland a weekend book festival and a beautiful exhibition of books and artefacts from our members.

All the events are free ( except Sir John Lister-Kaye ) so celebrate the start of your booky summer in this lovely location.

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