Tips and Advice

Plastic Patrol comes to Gylly Beach Falmouth on 21 September 2019

Submitted by jane on September 18, 2019 - 2:37pm

On Saturday 21 September 2019 Plastic Patrol, a global movement to eradicate single use plastic, is coordinating a series of clean ups across the UK as well as Europe, Brazil, Thailand, Mexico and the USA to mark World Clean Up Day. The goal is simple, but crucial: to run the first mass activity based clean up of its kind and collectively remove and record a whopping 250,000 pieces of rubbish from in nature in just 24 hours. Plastic Patrol comes to Falmouth to stage first mass clean-up of its kind on 21 September 2019.

Sustainable Angling - Poster, Survey & Top Tips from Mike Cook

Submitted by jane on April 24, 2019 - 4:02pm
Many people I've spoken to throughout the years have a problem with anglers because they think that fishing with rod and line contributes to declining fish numbers. I think many of these people have this belief because they've witnessed some anglers keep juvenile fish or just far too many for one person. I believe that anglers can be sustainable if we just:
 
• Respect the fact that ecosystems are finite and return the fish you don't want to eat.

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