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Bot Soc Scot
The Botanical Society of Scotland was founded in 1836 & aims to advance the appreciation & understanding of all plants & fungi; we welcome all enthusiasts!
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Bot Soc Scot Jun 27
Field meeting: Glasgow Urban Flora (II)
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Bot Soc Scot Jun 20
Field meeting: Loch Glascarnoch
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Bot Soc Scot Jun 14
Field meeting: Stob a choin, West Perthshire
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Bot Soc Scot Jun 4
We have just been advised that the lecture tomorrow, 5th June 19:30 Andrews: The Forgotten Forests of Latin America by Prof Toby Pennington (Joint with Friends) has had to be moved from Chemistry to Physics Theatre B, due to asbestos problems
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Bot Soc Scot Jun 4
Field meeting: Carnoustie - urban flora and shore
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Bot Soc Scot Jun 4
Field meeting: Strathpeffer
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Bot Soc Scot Jun 4
Field meeting: Melrose, Urban Flora, River and Abbey
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Bot Soc Scot May 30
Field meeting: North Berwick
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Bot Soc Scot May 29
Evening crash course in flowering plant ID (not grasses)
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Bot Soc Scot May 20
Extra Field Meeting - Water of Leith
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Bot Soc Scot May 19
Rust Workshop
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Bot Soc Scot May 19
Grasses ID workshop
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Bot Soc Scot May 17
Joint and lecture tonight on the productivity of tropical forests by Prof Yadvinder Malhi FRS, University of Oxford. Free and all welcome. More details here:
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Bot Soc Scot May 7
Field meeting: Stirling urban flora
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Bot Soc Scot May 7
Field meeting: Urban Flora of Glasgow
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Bot Soc Scot May 7
Field meeting: Urban flora of Dundee - Ninewells Hospital grounds
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Bot Soc Scot Apr 14
Field meeting - Menstrie: Urban Flora
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Bot Soc Scot Apr 14
Field meeting - Edinburgh: Foraging for our lunch!
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Bot Soc Scot Mar 20
Joint and lecture on 22/03 on Global Food Security: Food, Famine and Fungi by Prof. Sarah Gurr, University of Exeter. Free and all welcome. More details here:
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Bot Soc Scot Mar 7
Field meeting: Bryophytes of Kinross
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