Record INNS sightings

Have you seen an invasive species? Why not add it to our open access recording tool INNS Mapper. Follow the link to add and view invasive species records

 
 

Projects

Find out about INNS projects which are being undertaken in the region and how you can get involved

 
 

The Yorkshire Invasive Species Forum

The Yorkshire Invasive Species Forum (YISF) is a collection of organisations working together to tackle Invasive Non-native Species throughout the Yorkshire region.

Latest Projects

4 May 2020

American Skunk Cabbage Project

In 2019 YWT began a Volunteer-led project to tackle invasive plant American Skunk Cabbage
18 August 2020

Doing More for the Derwent – INNS Control

The Yorkshire Derwent Catchment Partnership showcase there crucial work controlling INNS in the Derwent catchment
23 February 2020

EA Main River INNS programme

An overview of the Environment Agency's INNS Programme in Yorkshire
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INNS Mapper

Submit INNS records directly to our open access webtool INNS Mapper. You can submit one-off sightings or a more detailed survey. All the data submitted is available to be viewed on our interactive maps, helping you explore the distribution of INNS in your area and to support plans to tackle these species.

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Latest on Twitter

A great effort by everyone involved
@SandTCUKYorks @Spider_fishing @ProfJGrey @FreestoneFF @YorkDalesRT @aireriverstrust @WildTroutTrust @YISF__INNS https://twitter.com/SandTCUKYorks/status/1548323499936100355

So far this year we've cleared a total area of approx 94ha (940,000 square metres) hand pulling Himalayan Balsam to improve #biodiversity with help from our brilliant volunteers and priority actions grant funding from @EnvAgencyYNE and @Calderdale which made this all possible!

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Taking advantage of a cool start to strip out this patch of Himalayan balsam. Surprise, surprise, growing on a pile of soil & rubble at a building project. Forecast heat can bake it later!
This is near the head of our beck so we don't want it spreading downstream #INNS

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