Invasive non-native species (or INNS) have received a huge amount of coverage in our volunteer emails, social media, and the news throughout the summer. Hogweed has been particularly well covered as, yet again, we saw people badly affected by hogweeds harmful sap which has been causing blisters and burns. Next spring, we are hoping to launch the INNS Free Ribble project which will see Ribble Rivers Trust carry out a program of work to control invasive species, including hogweed, across the catchment.
However, we will need your help!
To ensure we can get this project off the ground we are looking to raise an £5000 from public donations. As always, all the money we raise goes directly into improving our rivers, and green spaces, and making them safer for everyone. For more information visit the campaign page by clicking here.
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