The world’s most extreme conservation project

The July Christchurch Public Antarctic Talks series will be on Wednesday 27th July, 2016, starting at 6pm (doors open at ...5.30pm).

This time, the director of the Antarctic Heritage Trust, Nigel Watson will be addressing on their conservation work on Ross Island's historic huts: "The world's most extreme conservation project: saving Scott's and Shackleton's legacy".

"A century on from Scott's and Shackleton's expeditions, Nigel will speak to the AHT's world-leading heritage conservation project which has pushed the boundaries of conservation to ensure the legacy of Antarctic exploration survives to inspire current and future generations."

Don't miss out, see you there. All welcome!

Bentleys, University of Canterbury, 90 Ilam Road, Christchurch.

The July Christchurch Public Antarctic Talks series will be on Wednesday 27th July, 2016, starting at 6pm (doors open at ...5.30pm).

This time, the director of the Antarctic Heritage Trust, Nigel Watson will be addressing on their conservation work on Ross Island's historic huts: "The world's most extreme conservation project: saving Scott's and Shackleton's legacy".

"A century on from Scott's and Shackleton's expeditions, Nigel will speak to the AHT's world-leading heritage conservation project which has pushed the boundaries of conservation to ensure the legacy of Antarctic exploration survives to inspire current and future generations."

Don't miss out, see you there. All welcome!

Bentleys, University of Canterbury, 90 Ilam Road, Christchurch.