The number of Local Nature Reserves (LNRs) in Cornwall is constantly growing with more being proposed and designated all the time. All the Local Nature Reserve sites have been chosen for their wildlife value, historic interest and strong local community involvement in the site management.
Falmouth Marine School is at the heart of one of the most boilogically diverse regions in the world and our marine science courses embrace this. We offer a wide range of topics including marine biology, oceanology, meteorology and ecology to name but a few.
Falmouth is Cornwall's leading South West Coast Resort and home to the County's Maritime Heritage. Here you will find sandy golden beaches, spectacular scenery, specialist shops from local art to antiques and exceptional sailing in Carrick Roads and the Fal estuary.
The Cornwall Knotweed forum was formed in 1997 to co-ordinate policy on the control of Japanese Knotweed in Cornwall. The Forum comprises representantives from a wide range of organisations including the Environment Agency, National Trust , Cornwall Council, Camborne School of Mines, Railtrack, English Nature, IMERYS and Cornwall Wildlife Trust.