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The Vjosa in Albania, known as the Queen of Rivers, is Europe’s largest free-flowing river and is set to become the continent’s first river national park.
Local students Katy Ellis and Will Christie followed the Vjosa for 150km on foot last summer, from its source high in the mountains to the Adriatic Sea, learning from the locals, scientists and activists fighting to protect their home.
Join them for tales of (mis)adventures from the Albanian wilderness and some tough conservation lessons learnt along the way.
Photo Credit: Skyler Kim
All proceeds from this talk will be donated to PPNEA Albania.
Walking the Vjosa: Following Europe’s Last Wild River Source to Sea
Wednesday 12th April, 6.00pm
Tickets: £3 Plus £1 Poly Fund
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