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Re: Dredging the Mill Dam

Postby BigAl » Wed Jun 26, 2013 8:56 am

What a very nice way to say " sod off, nothing is going to be done so go away and stop bugging us ".
Screw the padded room, give me a trampoline floor with bubble wrapped walls and a velcro ceiling.
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Re: Dredging the Mill Dam

Postby mikeC » Wed Jun 26, 2013 9:09 am

That's how I read it, too :roll:
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Re: Dredging the Mill Dam

Postby Andrew Daykin » Sat Jul 06, 2013 6:16 pm

"The Environment Agency,"

"Invasive non-native plant species are a threat to native wildlife in the UK. Help us track them down."

"The Plant Tracker app, available free from the iTunes App Store and Android Market, shows you how to identify each species and enables you to easily submit geo-located photos whenever you find one. The app now features 14 invasive plant species and also includes a "Confusion Species" gallery for each one, to help you separate some of the similar looking plants you might encounter."



http://planttracker.naturelocator.org/ For your phone app.

Just maybe there are some non-native plant species around the Mill Dam that will have to be removed?
I'm no expert, so please correct me if I'm wrong.
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