The Wandle Invasive Species Project is part of the Living Wandle Landscape Partnership, a Heritage Lottery Funded scheme all about reconnecting the local community with the River Wandle.
The INNS Project aimed to coordinate a single approach to tackling all invasive non-native species (INNS) within the Wandle corridor by delivering the Invasive Species Action Plan published in 2012 by the Wandle Landscape and Biodiversity Group.
This INNS Action Plan was updated as part of this project in a new, easy to use format. The plan has been presented at key meetings and workshops on the Wandle and as a result, has the buy in from all stakeholders.
The plan is available for everyone to download and use. If you have any comments or questions about the plan, please contact us by emailing INNS@wandletrust.org
The Wandle INNS Action Plan
To request a full digital copy of the whole plan, please email us at INNS@wandletrust.org and we will send you a download link.
- What are INNS?
- The Wandle INNS Project
- Wandle INNS Action Plan – agreed Aims and Approaches to INNS on the Wandle
- Pesticide Qualifications for INNS Control
- INNS and the Law – find out how UK law on INNS affects you
2. Species Information
These ID sheets cover the biology and impacts of the species, as well as our recommended control method for the Wandle. These methods have been tested locally and selected as the most effective methods by all major landowners in the catchment.
- Species Control and Survey Calendar – A summary of when to survey and when to use which control method
- Other Control Options – Guidance on the other control methods available for each species and when to use them
- Management Photo Galleries – A collection of photos to help with identification and control measures
6. Distribution Data
This plan is designed to be added to. If you have any suggestions on what additional content would be useful, or comments on existing content, please get in touch with us at INNS@wandletrust.org