Get Involved

We are always looking for people to get involved with the DINNS Project in any way they can. There are many different ways to get involved with the project that can not only enable us to achieve our project vision but also benefit you as an Individual, group, organisation or business.

Submit a record

Invasive non-native species are often under recorded, especially some of the more common species such as Japanese knotweed, Himalayan balsam and American mink. In order to properly manage these species it is vital to know where they are this is where your records are vitally important…..more

INNS Control

We are always looking for more people to get involved in controlling invasive non-native species around the catchment. It may be that you or your group want to tackle INNS in your local area or maybe you are looking for a group to join. We offer training on the many different techniques used for each species…more

INNS Surveys

Surveys are vital to help us to understand the distribution of Invasive Non-Native Species on the Dee catchment and allow us to ensure effective management strategies can be put in place to tackle INNS. We are always looking for volunteer surveyors to help us to ensure that we can get good coverage of the….more

Education and Awareness

The DINNS Project are always looking for opportunities to educated others about Invasive non-native species and their threats. Raising awareness of these issues is very important to help people understand, not only, the work we are doing but also their role in it. The DINS Project and Partners are available to……more

Volunteer River Guardian Network

The DINNS Project Volunteer River Guardian Network has been set up to build a network or dedicated volunteers across the Dee catchment who are our eyes and ears on the ground. Each River Guardian adopts a stretch of river bank for which they are asked to report on any INNS issues, control work or ……..more