Helping wildlife on Sutton's doorstep

Month August 2014

Carshalton Environmental Fair

This August bank holiday the SNCV braved the wet weather at the Environmental Fair at Carshalton Park. Despite the considerable support from volunteers at the SNCV stall, the weather was determined to keep the crowds away! Nonetheless, the SNCV were… Continue Reading →

Sutton Nature Explorer Map – out now!

You may remember we asked you to tell us your favourite nature sites back in May. Well, now that information has been incorporated into our new Sutton Nature Explorer Map. This newly-published leaflet provides handy information on selected wildlife sites… Continue Reading →

Problematic Plants

This Tuesday volunteers spent the day at several different sites removing two problematic plants: ground elder (Aegopodium podagraria) and ragwort (Senecio jacobaea).  The first of these, ground elder, is a perennial plant belonging to the carrot family, that is said to have… Continue Reading →

Interesting article on how Common Ragwort (Senecio jacobaea) divides conservationists and landowners, and the importance of the plant for insect diversity: Become a volunteer Sutton nature events

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