Dee INNS Project Delivery Partners

The Dee INNS project Delivery Partners are the organisations, groups and individuals behind the delivery of our work. They are involved in active INNS management, surveys and recording and awareness raising and are the backbone of our project.

 

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The Welsh Dee Trust were instrumental in driving the development of the DINNS Project and have continued to work tirelessly to achieve the aims of the project. One of the main roles of the Trust is to coordinate the actions of the river Dees many angling clubs and since 2009 they have been working with these organisations to control and record INNS within the catchment.

 

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The Ceiriog Knotweed group are a 6 strong team of volunteers whose aim is to eradicated Japanese Knotweed from the Upper Ceiriog. The group have been supported by Keep Wales Tidy and the DINNS Project to enable them to move closer to their goal and there work has made a great impact on the presence of Japanese Knotweed in the Ceiriog catchment.

 

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The Snowdonia National Park Wardens, along with the Snowdonia Society, have been controlling Himalayan balsam in the National Park since 2009 and have begun to see amazing results with one river now thought to be completely free of the plant. In 2014 the Park wardens will begin tackling the Japanese Knotweed within the Dee catchment thanks to support and training from the DINNS Project.

 

imageDenbighshire and Flintshire County Councils work with the DINNS Project as lead organisations for the River Alyn Himalayan Balsam Action Project was set up in 2009 by local volunteers and the local authorities in the Alyn Valley with the aim to eradicate Himalayan Balsam from the River Alyn. Since the project began they have succeeded in greatly reducing the abundance of Himalayan Balsam on the River Alyn from it’s source in LLandegla to the town of Mold.

 

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Cheshire Wildlife Trust are delivering the INNS control and survey work on the Dee catchment in Cheshire. This includes carrying out baseline surveys of the sub-catchments and tributaries, co-coordinating Giant Hogweed Control in Chester in partnership with Cheshire West and Chester Council and the Environment Agency.  

 

Ecological Land Management (ELM) are a UK Consultant who deliver an ecologically sound high quality practical environmental management service for the implementation of habitat management and habitat loss mitigation schemes. ELM assist the DINNS Project on the River Alyn Himalayan Balsam Action Project and are our delivery lead for the Giant Hogweed control in Flintshire.