Seaweed Health Foundation / Events / Seaweed for Health 2017 Seaweed for Health 2017
Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh
Sat 2 Sep 2017 @ 12:00 to Sun 3 Sep 2017 @ 16:00
This will be Foundation's 5th public event at the kind invitation of the Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh - one of our annual Information activities.
The Royal Botanic Garden is a magnificient setting for this combined exhibition, lecture series, and conference in Scotland.
There is something for everyone - keeping up to date with all the latest developments in seaweed research, production and products for human food and health.
Talks by nutritionists, seaweed foragers and producers, academics, acquaculture industry experts, authors, and lovers of seaweed.
In 2016 we had over 1000 visitors from many different countries.
It's a place to meet, and meet again, those who share this fascinating and growing common interest.
Entry is free 12 - 4pm each day. The Foundation's informal annual conference will be held on Sunday morning 10.30-12 for Friends of the Foundation and their guests.
Friends have a chance to meet and find out what's new with Foundation developments.
A video about the 2016 event:
Monica Wilde, Managing Director of Napiers Herbalists, speaks at the 2016 event:
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