NPMS 2020 Tweet meet - You are invited to our online event!

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The National Plant Monitoring Scheme is holding a Tweet Meet event online to celebrate and discuss the work of the scheme. The event on Friday 20th of March will celebrate the support from our stakeholders and contributors, the efforts of our dedicated volunteers and providing feedback on their data. You are very welcome to follow and join in!


Event date: Friday 20th March: 10am-7:30pm


What is a Tweet Meet?
A Tweet Meet is a social media event, held over Twitter that you can watch or join from the comfort of your desk/sofa/train – wherever and whenever you have time. This event aims to bring together botanists, volunteers, stakeholders and supporters from around the UK in an online setting to encourage communication and collaboration. As a bonus, the event is cost-free, low-carbon, easy to follow and inclusive.

Whether already one of our dedicated NPMS volunteers, a supporting stakeholder, or maybe you want to find out a bit more about the National Plant Monitoring Scheme – We think you’ll enjoy #NPMS2020


How to participate in the NPMS 2020 Tweet Meet?

Following and taking part in #NPMS2020 couldn’t be simpler – Join in from wherever you are, accessing the event on your PC, laptop, smartphone or tablet via the Twitter website or a Twitter app using our event tag #NPMS2020 and/or by following @theNPMS.


Anyone can follow the meet on using the tag #NPMS2020.

We will be hearing from the NPMS partners, staff, supporters and of course our volunteers, and we’d love to hear from you too! Also note, we will be running a fun and informal photo competition during the event. So pease do share your NPMS snaps in the categories described in the photo competition guidelines.

Further guidance on how to take part or simply “watch” are provided in the Tweet Meet section of our Resources page here. Including:

Guidance for Participants and followers

Tweet Meet 2020 Contributor Guidance

2020 Photo Competition Guidelines


You don’t need to be a Twitter pro or even sign up to follow.