Date(s) - Wednesday 20 May 2020
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
We are all cooped up at home at the moment but nature definitely isn’t and now that it is Spring everything is starting to grow and blossom. This includes non native invasive species which wreck havoc on our river systems and other habitats resulting in habitat degradation, increase flood risk and economic costs to you.
Do you have non native invasive species on your land?
Have you experience the damage they can inflict on your land and wildlife?
Join us for a free online interactive training workshop and learn how to effectively control and management non native invasive species on your land. This workshop will focus on the four big non native invasive species which are common across the Colne Valley Regional Park and in the UK. These four key species are: Himalayan Balsam, Giant Hogweed, Floating Pennywort and Japanese Knotweed.
This interactive workshop delivered by experienced professional from ETUK and CABI who have extensive knowledge and experience of dealing with non native invasive species. Topics will include:
- UK Law
- Species Identification
- Mechanical Control
- Chemical Control
- Biological Control
*Those who work in Colne Valley will be prioritized
Contact Chloe for more information – firstname.lastname@example.org