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A growing network of volunteers across the country are helping to protect the environment from invasive non-native species in their free time. Their incredible efforts help native species and habitats to recover, and benefit their own health and wellbeing through exercise, a better connection with nature, and meeting new like-minded people.

Whether you’re already part of a Local Action Group, or considering getting involved with a project near you, you can find links and information to help you.

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Volunteer experiences

Hear from some of the volunteers helping to remove floating pennywort from our waterways. Find out more about the Floating Pennywort Strategy and how you can get involved.