BSBI England Annual Meeting
The Committee for England holds an annual open meeting at which the Committee is formally elected. BSBI members normally resident in England may vote at the open meeting, and all members and guests are welcome to attend.
BSBI England Annual Meeting & AGM 2023
The 2023 England Annual Meeting and AGM will be held online on 26th February.
It will include at least three talks and a Chair's Address:
- Helena Crouch – Somerset aliens
- Mark Duffel – Inavasive non-native species in Shropshire
- Plantalert (TBC)
The agenda, minutes of the last AGM and other supporting documents, together with the full programme of talks will be on this page from mid February
To register to attend, please follow this link.
BSBI England Annual Meeting & AGM 2022
The 2022 England Annual Meeting and AGM was held online on 27th February. Talks from the programme are available on BSBI's YouTube channel
- Conservation of Juniper – Matt Pitts (Plantlife)
- Introductory botany – Chris Metherell
- Botanical recording networks – Michael Philip
- Chair’s Address: How I became a botanist: a journey from North Wales to Cambridge and the Antarctic. The talk includes discussion of the Antarctic ozone hole and monitoring climate change. – Jonathan Shanklin
BSBI England Annual Meeting & AGM 2021
Videos from the online 2021 England Annual Meeting are available online on the BSBI YouTube channel. There were three short talks about road verges and a keynote talk on Solanaceae from Sandy Knapp. BSBI members may view the AGM minutes (password required). There is a full report about the meeting in English Botanical News.
BSBI England Annual Meeting 2020
The first England AGM took place in the Flett Lecture Theatre at the Natural History Museum, London on Saturday 1st February. There was a CfE meeting followed by an open meeting. One of the interactive debates in the afternoon was on “BSBI field projects for the 2020s” - Jonathan Shanklin, CfE Chair, introduced this with an example from Cambridgeshire, where he is County Recorder. After tea there was a herbarium workshop in the room below the Flett Theatre and an opportunity to view the Museum Garden, which we heard about at the recent BSBI Exhibition Meeting.