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The Conservation of Chalk Grassland Flora - orchids and butterflies

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Dr Peter Carey of CU Plant Sciences Department, is Chairman of the British Ecological Society and was formerly at Monkswood Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, where he was in charge of the Countryside Survey: an integrated asessment report for the countryside in 2007.

The talk is being given at the AGM of the Friends of the Roman Road and Fleam Dyke, which are famous for their chalk grassland flowers as well as their historic importance.

This talk is part of the Wildlife and Environment series.

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