Are you involved with the South West’s Waterways? If you visit or use the rivers, lakes and estuaries in the South West (including Wiltshire, Bristol and Bournemouth) we are asking for your input into the South West Invasive Non-Native Species Management Plan.
Be it angling, sailing, kayaking, wildlife conservation, commercial use or any other activity, we’d love you to get in touch.
This Plan is aimed at protecting our waterways into the future and we need it to work for YOU!
We are holding Freshwater Riparian (AM) and Coastal (PM) stakeholder workshops on Tuesday 14th August to present our draft. It will be an opportunity for you to contribute to the final South West Regional INNS Management Plan, a nationally important project.
You are welcome to attend either the AM or PM session, or both. Please book onto each one separately.
Tea and coffee will be provided on arrival and there will be a light working lunch at 1pm between the two sessions that all participants are welcome to attend.
Click on this link for the morning FRESHWATER AND RIPARIAN workshop:
Click on this link for the afternoon COASTAL workshop :
Please contact us or sign up to attend a workshop.
Rivers and Lakes: Samantha Stork (01380) 736066, SamS@wiltshirewildlife.org
Coastal and Estuaries: Coral Smith, 01752 862538, firstname.lastname@example.org