ENNIS Project

What is an invasive non-native species?

‘any non-native animal or plant that has the ability to spread causing damage to the environment, the economy, our health and the way we live’ (GB Secretariat definition)

What will the Project do?

The Exmoor Non-Native Invasive Species Project is helping to control the spread of invasive non-native species on Exmoor through trialling innovative approaches and working with local communities and volunteers to tackle species such as Japanese knotweed, Himalayan balsam, montbretia, skunk cabbage and signal crayfish.

about the project

About the Project

For the last 15 years, Exmoor National Park has been at the forefront of tackling non-native invasive species. Find out how the Project is continuing and expanding on this work. 
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Explore Exmoor Invasives

Explore Exmoor Invasives

Invasive species cause real problems for Exmoor's environment and wildlife. Click here to find out more about the invasive species which the ENNIS Project is focusing on.  
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get Involved

Get Involved

There are many opportunities for you to get involved with the ENNIS Project. Find out how you can get involved.

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meet the team

Meet the Team 

Meet the people working for the Project and find out how to contact them. Click here to get in touch.

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If you would like to:

  • Report your sighting of an invasive species please click here.
  • Volunteer for our project then please sign up here.

Exmoor Non-Native Invasive Species Project - Volunteers apply here

This Project is funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development.

Exmoor Knotweed Consent Form