Student Invasive Non-Native Group

SINNG is a student Local Action Group based at Cornwall College, Newquay. Launched in 2010, we are working to increase action and awareness on INNS (Invasive Non-Native Species) and reduce the impacts INNS are currently having on native wildlife. Action includes practical fieldwork, research, public engagement and raising awareness.

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Fantastic to see my incredible hard working volunteers recognised for all they do throughout Cornwall. Proud to work with them and really pleased to have their achievements showcased. ... See MoreSee Less

Was a pleasure to be able to raise awareness of the incredible research-driven degrees and Further Education delivered at our Newquay campus. Also fantastic to be able to discuss SINNG and many of the...

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Another amazing day at the Greenpower SW final. Primary school day saw between 3-3,500 children race their electric cars and take part in STEM activities in the marquee. Very hot day but great to see so many engaged with our invasive species games. Secondary schools tomorrow. HUGE thanks Tracey Twomey. We'll sleep well tonight!
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All set up and ready to go! 3-3,500 primary school children arriving tomorrow for the Greenpower Education Trust SW final. Our interactive invasive species activities will be there to inspire the budding scientists. Tracey Twomey are you ready? ... See MoreSee Less

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Very proud to be representing my amazing volunteers at the Newquay Annual Town Meeting with Jade Clayson. SINNG have been nominated for the award for Outstanding Community Group. ... See MoreSee Less

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Great SW Invasive Species Forum yesterday to kick off Invasive Species Week. Huge thanks to everyone who helped pull it all together. SINNG volunteers you were all fantastic as ever. Jade was incredible standing up in front of the entire forum giving workshop feedback. Well done! ... See MoreSee Less

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