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Our project in numbers - annual summaries of our project progress.

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Infographic 2020

People Power - 3,044 volunteer days - equivalent to 14 full time people working on the project

Controlling invasive non-native plants: 203 volunteers undertook invasive plant control, 43 Himalayan balsam pulling days, 416 volunteer days controlling invasive plants, 42,495 Japanese knotweed stems injected with herbicide, 753km river length managed for giant hogweed

Stopping mink in their tracks: 672 mink rafts and traps, 2,628 volunteer days monitoring rafts and traps, 357 mink volunteers, 169 mink captured

Learning and training: 24 walks and talks delivered to 683 people, 10 volunteers gained formal qualifications, 31 schools and colleges learnt about invasive species, 'Alien Detectives' education resource pack produced

Infographic 2019

People Power - 4042 volunteer days - equivalent to 19 full time people working on the project

Controlling invasive non-native plants: 464 volunteers undertook invasive plant control, 286 Himalayan balsam pulling days, 929 volunteer days controlling invasive plants, 59,905 Japanese knotweed stems injected with herbicide, 760km river length managed for giant hogweed

Stopping mink in their tracks: 566 mink rafts and traps, 3,113 volunteer days monitoring rafts and traps, 335 mink volunteers, 132 mink captured

Learning and training: 52 walks and talks delivered to 1,214 people, 50 volunteers gained formal qualifications, 49 schools and colleges learnt about invasive species, 16 events attended

Infographic 2018

People Power - 2,284 volunteer days - equivalent to 11 full time people working on the project

Controlling invasive non-native plants: 342 volunteers undertook invasive plant control, 120 Himalayan balsam pulling days, 836 volunteer days controlling invasive plants, 46,245 Japanese knotweed stems injected with herbicide, 693km river length managed for giant hogweed

Stopping mink in their tracks: 367 mink rafts and traps, 1,448 volunteer days monitoring rafts and traps, 195 mink volunteers, 68 mink captured

Learning and training: 45 walks and talks delivered to 1207 people, 41 volunteers gained formal qualifications, 49 schools and colleges learnt about invasive species, 15 events attended

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