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Suffolk INNS (Invasive Non-Native Species) Survey

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Suffolk INNS (Invasive Non-Native Species) Survey.

www.suffolkbis.org.uk/inns

Here you can find links to record 5 different invasive plant species along with links to fact sheets and other recording resources. This recording form has been developed in partnership with the River Stour Project Officer from the Dedham Vale AONB and Stour Valley Project.

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‘Breaking New Ground’ - Countryside Stewardship Workshop

‘Breaking New Ground’ - Countryside Stewardship Workshop

Join the Norfolk and Suffolk Wildlife Trusts and Norfolk FWAG at the Santon Downham Centre on Monday November 9th 2015 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm to discuss how as landowners and land managers you can make the most of new agri-environment schemes.

For more information please contact Sam Brown (SamBrown@norfolkwildlifetrust.org.uk) or Leonie Washington (leonie.washington@suffolkwildlifetrust.org)

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Suffolk Rosemary Leaf Beetle Survey

Have you seen the Rosemary Leaf Beetle on your lavender, thyme, rosemary or sage plants? This very striking looking beetle that feasts on the foliage and flowers of rosemary and other similar aromatic plants is on the increase in the UK. We would like to improve our understanding of just how widespread this species is in Suffolk so have created a recording page on our online recording service (SuffolkBRO).

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