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Plant Positive

Invasive plant species are recognised as one of the biggest threats to habitats and biodiversity across the world. Tackling non-native invasive species such as Himalayan balsam in our local watercourses is a mammoth task and one that Plant Positive has been meeting head-on on the River Yar and its tributaries. None of the work could be undertaken without the determination of an army of volunteers who have invested many thousands of hours helping to improve our rivers. Click on the link to the left to learn more about their work.