Student Invasive Non-Native Group

SINNG is a student Local Action Group based at Cornwall College, Newquay. Launched in 2010, we work to increase action and awareness on INNS (Invasive Non-Native Species) and reduce the impacts INNS have on native wildlife. Action includes practical fieldwork, research, public engagement and raising awareness.

If you want to submit a sighting of an invasive species you can do so here.

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2 weeks ago

SINNG

Fantastic day clearing scrub in beautiful sunshine. Huge thanks to Butterfly Conservation Cornwall for your amazing hard work.It was a real pleasure to spend the day with our friends from Cornwall Butterfly Conservation. We cleared an enormous amount of scrub from the field which we hope will become suitable habitat for the rare pearl bordered fritillary butterfly. It also means we can ensure Himalayan balsam can't return as we have better access to control. Thank you so much Jo, Alan and Kathy. ... See MoreSee Less

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4 weeks ago

SINNG

A lovely warm day clearing invasive cotoneaster on Bodmin Moor. Thanks to both Emilys for your help and company. We also made a good start clearing ground ready to install a gate so we can run the ponies over the woodland. Next working day is 30th October. ... See MoreSee Less

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4 months ago

SINNG

If you're in Bude today pop in to the Parkhouse Centre and have a chat with our Zebra Mussel Project Officer Roz. Lots of information on how you can help prevent the spread of invasive non-native species plus games for kids (big kids too!). ... See MoreSee Less

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