Lunchtime Lecture: Eden Project Dundee
Date: 2 May 2023 (12:30-13:30)
Join us on Tuesday 2nd May at 12:30pm for a lunchtime lecture at the Garden!
Come along to learn more about Eden Project Dundee. Tanya MacDonald will be sharing more about the transformative project based in Dundee which draws on rich history and will play an important role in the regeneration of the Dundee waterfront.
Tanya MacDonald is a Content Curator for the Eden Project based in Dundee. She works on the meanwhile projects that engage the community within Dundee and surrounding areas including the wildflower meadows which are some of the most visible parts of her work. In addition to that, she is a doctoral researcher at University of Dundee based at the University of Dundee Botanic Garden exploring community perspectives of the role, value and impact of the garden within the community at large focusing on education for sustainability through outdoor learning.
Please note that unlike previous lunchtime lectures, this event will take place onsite in the Garden, in the Stretch Tent.
Please feel free to treat yourself to hot drinks and cakes from the Visitor Centre to enjoy during the lecture!
As always, our lunchtime lecture is completely free of charge - we hope to see you there!
Image Credit: Eden Project
Free Lunchtime Lectures