A series of public events are going to be run throughout the Borders, during May, as part of the Science Festival 2016.
Tweed Forum will be leading two walks showing different aspects of our local environment.
On Thursday 5 May, we will be discussing Natural Flood Management on the banks of the Eddleston Water, near Peebles.
On Wednesday 11 May, we will be looking at the effects of climate change on land use, people and wildlife by taking a walk along the Teviot Water and Tweed.
Anyone is welcome to attend. Please contact Tweed Forum on 01896 849723 or email@example.com if you would like to book a place.
Please click here for more information about the Borders Science Festival 2016.