with Gordon Gray Stephens.
What are they?
Invasive non-native species (INNS) are species which have been introduced, as a result of human activity, to an area where they are not native, and which are detrimental to native species and habitats. Well-known examples are Japanese Knotweed, Himalayan Balsam and Rhododendron. As well as affecting the natural environment, many INNS have a negative economic and social impact. For instance. Japanese Knotweed can damage buildings.
The talk starts at 19.30 hrs at the Seil Island Hall, Ellenabeich, Seil.
And is free to members, £2 for non-members.
Coffee, tea and biscuits after the talk.
For further information, please contact:-
Richard Wesley on T: 01852 300388 or E: firstname.lastname@example.org