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Jobs advertised in this Month's edition:
Chair of the Gardens and Parks Panel, National Trust
Ecologist and Seasonal Graduate Ecologist, E3 Ecology (rural Northumberland)
Head of Marketing and Fundraising, Wildwood (Kent)
Skomer Island Field Worker, Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales
Assistant Warden (Skomer Island), Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales
Open Spaces Development Worker, Newhaven Community Development Association (East Sussex)
Seasonal Outdoor Learning Tutors, Allnat Centres
Seasonal Bat Surveyors, ECOSA (mainly Hants, Home Counties and London)
Field Ecologist, ECOSA (range of sites UK-wide)
Membership Support Officer, Sussex Wildlife Trust
Good news, good news. CJS Weekly subscriptions are now cheaper than ever!
This edition includes CJS Focus on Alien Species in association with Non-Native Species Secretariat.
21 pages about invasive species. NNSS give a general overview of the current UK situation regarding INNS. Scottish Mink Initiative describes the work already carried out to reduce the numbers of breeding mink in Scotland. The catchment wide approach to Invasive non-native species is described by the Medway Valley Countryside Partnership. In April 2014 five plants will be banned from sale in the UK, Plantlife discuss this proposed legislation. Invasive Weeds Agency describe some of the ways to deal with Japanese knotweed. The next big threat is the Asian hornet, Gay Marris from the National Bee Unit gives details of its current distribution. Lots of adverts and further articles. Read it here
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Training Calendar for February is 3 pages Click here to read