The touring exhibition offers a rich and interactive insight into the importance of our peatlands - the diversity of habitat they provide, their role as a huge carbon store in the fight against global warming and how they are restored following damage by large scale afforestation. The exhibition also highlights how people live and work in this fascinating landscape, and how they are connected to it.
The exhibition has a rich variety of artwork, displays and interactive media and also offers hands on fun for children.If you think our touring exhibition would look good in your museum or gallery, get in touch.
|Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh||15 June - September 2017|
|Glasgow Science Centre||September - December 2017|
|Smith Art Gallery & Museum, Stirling||January - February 2018|
|Aberdeen Science Centre||March - April 2018|
|Low Parks Museum, South Lanarkshire||May - June 2018|
|Annan, Dumfries and Galloway||
July - August 2018
September - October 2018
November - December 2018
|The SILL, Northumberland||
March - April 2019
|London Wetland Centre||
May - June 2019
July - August 2019