Japanese Knotweed Solutions presents annual seminar: Apocalypse Now
Japanese Knotweed Solutions is hosting its highly anticipated Apocalypse Now seminar at the Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI), Manchester on Wednesday 17th May from 10am - 3:30pm.
An event highlight in construction, architecture and environment industry calendars, this year’s seminar theme focuses on threats posed to the environment featuring thoughts from a wide range of speakers from television, literature and leading government bodies including:
- Michaela Strachan (TV Presenter)
- Trevor Renals (Environment Agency)
- Dick Shaw (CABI bio-control)
- Mark Avery (Writer, blogger and environmental campaigner)
- John Lewis-Stempel (Historian, farmer and Sunday Times Top 5 best-selling author)
- Warren Slaney (Head River Keeper at Haddon Estate)
- Ian Molyneux (Animal and Plant Health Agency’s National Bee Unit)
As we look towards an ever changing world, global warming and an exit from Europe, this seminar poses the all important question, what is in store for the British landscape? Speakers will be discussing how we should face up to an uncertain future, and whether this will lead to ‘Apocalypse Now’?
Hosted by Mike Clough of Japanese Knotweed Solutions, the event also provides a rare opportunity to view footage of Mike’s involvement in the filming of the highly acclaimed Apocalypse Now film.
Tickets to the Apocalypse Now Seminar cost £85 ex VAT.
Lunch and free parking included.
To book your place please visit jksl.eventbrite.co.uk
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Attendees are invited to attend dinner with speakers the night before the seminar. A 3 course set menu is offered from 7:30pm at Grafene in Manchester, headed by award-winning Executive Chef Darren Goodwin. Places are limited and will be offered on a first come first serve basis.
Places at Grafene will cost £26.95 per person.