Improving the River Girvan and River Stinchar Environment - an Ayrshire Rivers Trust Project
What We Do
This project is run by the Ayrshire Rivers Trust - an independent charity, working throughout Ayrshire to improve the sustainable management and conservation of freshwater fisheries through research, education and habitat management. More here...
The Carrick Invasive Species Project (CISP) aims to promote the sustainable control of invasive non-native species within the Carrick area. Included within the project area will be both Girvan and Stinchar catchments and the coastal burns between. More here...
Invasive Weeds are recognised as an environmental and economic problem throughout the UK. Three species are recognised as particularly detrimental in the Carrick area of South Ayrshire: Giant Hogweed, Japanese Knotweed and Himalayan Balsam. More here...
Non-native species could be spread in any water or material. If you are visiting[...]
Contact Meryl Norris at the Ayrshire Rivers Trust if you would like to join this programme and volunteer as a team member. Training will be given to those who need it.
Please use the Contact Form here.