21 April 2022
Museum and Art Gallery
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Kelp forms beautiful underwater forests which are some of the most productive and biodiverse habitats on the planet. Over 96 per cent of kelp in Sussex has disappeared since 1987. Years of destructive trawling and other human pressures have decimated this valuable marine habitat that once stretched along more than 40km of coastline from Selsey to Shoreham. In March 2020 bottom-towed trawling was banned from this area giving the kelp a chance to recover. Find out what the Sussex Kelp Restoration Project is doing to help rewild the Sussex seas and restore the kelp.
This event is in support of the exhibition ANNE KRINSKY – FUGITIVE
This event is free and unticketed. No need to book, just turn up.
Thursday 21st April, 6.30pm
More events related to this exhibition
Exhibition: Anne Krinsky – Fugitive, From Sat 5 Feb to Sun 1st May CLICK HERE
Fugitive Artist Talk with Anne Krinsky – Thursday 24th March, 6.30pm CLICK HERE
Marvellous Migrants: Birds of the South Coast with Lizzie Hibberd – Thursday 31st March, 6.30pm CLICK HERE
Bringing the Native Oyster Home Across Europe with Dr Joanne Preston – Thursday 7th April, 6.30pm CLICK HERE