Reports from the Science in Gardens day at the home of Charles Darwin, Down House, 20th June 2018. It is 20 years since Down House was reopened to the public by English Heritage, supported by a wide range of organisations and donors. The day focused on science and the public engagement in science in gardens, and highlighted the work and the experiments Darwin carried out at down House. It was brought up to date with opportunities for science in gardens today.
Reports from the meeting on19 October 2017, Treborth Botanic Garden, University of Bangor North Wales. Delegates shared experiences from Sheffield Botanic Garden, Winterbourne House and Garden and Treborth which prompted broad discussion on how we manage our gardens and often need to justify their existence to their owner bodies.