Nairn Balsam Bash

Himalyan Balsam is a bonnie but aggressive invasive species to Scotland and has take root in all three of our rivers. However, not for long, a bonnie group of volunteers from Nairn led by James Symonds (SISI Project Officer) led an aggressive clearance campaign on the banks of the lower River Nairn recently. The Green Hive volunteers used an array of methods including strimming and hand pulling to clear over 2 acres of the plant allowng more nature flora to re-colonise the area. For a full report on the Balsam Bash day Click Here. You can find out more about…

Source: Findhorn, Nairn and Lossie – Nairn Balsam Bash