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Highlights of the event include:
5 PM NTSFUSA Film: Great Gardens of Perthshire, Kinross, and the Kingdom of Fife. The film explores some of the significant designed landscapes including several private gardens held in the same families for more than 300 years and cared for by the National Trust for Scotland.
6 PM “In Conversation Halfway to COP26” with notable Scottish guests with regards to environmental, economic and cultural sustainability of Scotland. Guests include: Chef Gary Maclean, Rodderick McClennan, Su Cox and Beth Mouat.
This event is being held in association with the National Trust for Scotland Foundation USA with the live event held May 7th, and internet access to the program through May 30th.
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Spotlight on our Scottish Environment
The American-Scottish Foundation® invites you to join us on May 7th - Zoom - 5 to 7pm EST
With your reservation you will have access to the extensive program through May 30th - listen in part or revisit.
5pm : In association with The National Trust for Scotland Foundation USA a Film Presentation of a journey through “Great Gardens of Perthshire, Kinross and the Kingdom of Fife.”
A virtual visit to the magnificent gardens of eastern central Scotland. Hear of the responsibilities and the delights of managing historic gardens for past and future generations, alongside the challenges of a changing climate, invasive species, and catastrophic storms.
6pm : ASF continues the program "In Conversation Halfway to COP26"
The 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, also known as COP26, is the 26th United Nations Climate Change conference. It is scheduled to be held in the city of Glasgow November 1-12, 2021 under the presidency of the United Kingdom. “In Conversation” will address issues facing Scotland and COP26 and guest speakers include:
Chef Gary Maclean - City of Glasgow College, Scotland's National Chef, Food Ambassador, Author, MasterChef the Professionals winner 2016 ·Sustainability and maximizing our larder
Rodderick McClennan - Environmentalist and Archeologist on the impact of climate change on the western shores of Scotland.
We look at the environmental, economic and cultural sustainability of rural Scotland speaking with Su Cox - The Scottish Salmon Company Ltd, finest sea loch fresh salmon,
Beth Mouat - University of the Highlands and Islands, Head of Marine Science & Technology at the NAFC Marine Center in Shetland.
RESERVATION ASF & NTS USA Members $30 tickets
Non Members $45
With your reservation you will have access to the extensive program
through May 30th - listen in part or revisit.