|Suitable For Ages:||Ages 14+|
|Duration:||2 hours 30 minutes|
|Event Type:||Science Festival Events|
|Venue:||Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh|
From sika deer to American crayfish, invasive species are upsetting the natural order of ecosystems on land and sea. If the culprits are tasty, could the obvious solution be to eat them?
Find out at this very special dinner party, with Catherine Murdoch, Policy Officer in Wildlife Management for the Scottish Government and Stan Whitaker of Scottish Natural Heritage, chaired by Dr Ian Edwards from the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh. Join the discussion over a meal of delectable invasive species, prepared by the RBGE’s Gateway Restaurant. Price includes 3 course meal.
Location: Gateway Restaurant, John Hope Gateway, Arboretum Place