This September, join us at the ARC 2031 exhibition, an arresting natural history exhibition bringing together for the first time 10 iconic species of British wildlife most at risk of vanishing from our shores within a decade, for the most part, due to the industrialisation of food production and the excessive use of harmful pesticides.
From bats to hedgehogs, butterflies to bumblebees, during your visit to the exhibition you will come face to face with, and read the stories of, the species identified by research with The Horniman Museum – all of which could be pulled back from the brink if we make some small, and easy, changes.
Simplest of all? Swapping a few products in our regular shop to organic, supporting those businesses, farmers and producers working with nature to protect our wildlife and biodiversity and care for our planet.
Visitors will have the opportunity to learn more about our ARC 2031 species and see the difference organic farming can make. What is more, the first 25 visitors each day will be gifted a goodie bag full of organic goodies to inspire your own organic journey of discovery!
Exhibition organised by the Organic Trade Board / GO ORGANIC, with special thanks to the sponsors:
Clipper, Mr Organic, Beet It and Fish 4 Ever and over 150 organic brands