Bourn Brook: Himalayan Balsam pickers required

Posted by Tina on June 09, 2016  /   Posted in Uncategorized

The Wildlife Trust and the Countryside Restoration Trust have been controlling the invasive plant Himalayan balsam since 2011, relying on the hard work of local volunteers and we are very keen to find some more of them!  Most of the sections involve wading, which gives an opportunity to see the brook from a whole new angle, but it would also be great to have some volunteers for the golf course sections who are willing to just sit and watch for golfers and help keep everyone safe.

Dates and contact details attached, but they are also on our website

http://www.wildlifebcn.org/bournbrook

If any changes are made to times and places, they’ll be updated on the website, so please point any potential volunteers there if possible.

I’ve also made a couple of posters for Bourn and Toft villages and would be happy to make more for other events if they would be useful.  Please contact me or Vince Lea for any more details.

Many thanks,

Ruth

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