Annual General Meeting 2018

Location

Angela Marmont Centre (NHM), London

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The Earthworm Society's AGM will be held in the Angela Marmott Centre at the Natural History Museum London on Sunday 9th September, 2pm - 4pm.  This is open to all current ESB members.

Please enter the Museum as a visitor.  If there are queues on the day, please speak to a museum Visitor Assistant at the front of the queue and explain that you have an appointment in the AMC and you should be able to skip the queue. Someone will be in the AMC to greet you from 1.50pm on the day.

Earthworm Identification Using Microscopes

Location

FSC London: Bushy Park

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Fully Booked

Earthworms are widely known to be vital for a host of ecosystem services. They improve soil structure, facilitating better drainage and aeration of the soil. They recycle nutrients from decaying plant material and animal waste (including human food and garden waste) back into the soil and are essential for agriculture. They are also a staple food source for many of our most-loved vertebrate species: hedgehogs, badgers, birds, frogs and even foxes!