At a time when nature is stripped of the green leaves and what accompanies our gaze during the walk in the garden are the beautiful karst shapes that the water has modeled, the Carsiana Botanical Garden invites you on a journey into the geological past of the sinkhole to discover the geodiversity of the botanical garden and its link with biodiversity, with an interesting insight into the latest research on limestone rocks, geological paleoenvironments and microfossils.
Appointment on Saturday 14 January with the botanical experts of Carsiana and the paleontologist Lorenzo Consorti of the CNR-ISMAR.
At the end of the interventions, some publications published by the Autonomous Region of Friuli Venezia Giulia will be distributed free of charge.
METHOD OF PARTICIPATION
Date: 14 January
Starting time: 2.30pm
Duration: 1 hour and a half
Meeting place: Carsiana botanical garden
Difficulty: easy, suitable for everyone
Recommended equipment: comfortable clothing and trekking shoes
Participation fee: free thanks to the contribution of the Friuli Venezia Giulia Region