Conference fatigue!

I’ve attended two conferences this week, with different audiences and it’s been tiring! On Tuesday I was the Wildlife Gardening Forum Conference held at the Natural History Museum where I presented a poster on my forthcoming Citizen Science project Earthworm Watch. This conference was a celebration of 10 years of the Wildlife Gardening Forum, a charity for people and organisations interested in wildlife gardening. The next day I was off to Reading University presenting the same poster at the Healthy Soils for a Healthy Life event held by the Soil Research Centre. This event consisted of talks, networking and workshops on the theme of healthy soils – including how we define healthy soils and what indicators we can use. I would have like to have gone on to the National Biodiversity Network (NBN) Conference in York which ran Thursday and Friday, but decided two conferences in a week was enough, I have a PhD to do after all…

Thankfully Twitter allowed me to view the NBN Conference as it happened using #nbnconf15

Check out my Storify of Tweets from the Wildlife Gardening Forum Conference:

[View the story “Wildlife Gardening Forum Conference” on Storify]

And from the Healthy Soils event:

[View the story “Healthy Soils for a Healthy Life” on Storify]

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