Delving deeper into the River Culm

Our latest update on the Connecting the Culm project, including ways you can delve a little deeper, discover more about the River Culm, and get involved in the project. We’d also love to get your [...]

Chair’s Blog – June 2021

The latest update from chair of the Blackdown Hills AONB Partnership, Bruce Payne.

Time travelling to imagine the River Culm’s future

The latest update from the Connecting the Culm project.

Help create a better future for the River Culm

Do you live or work close to the River Culm? Are you a regular visitor? We would love you to get involved with our Connecting the Culm project and help make the River more resilient to climate [...]

A day in the life of an amateur crayfish surveyor

Bruce Payne shares the delights of crayfish surveying

The highs and lows of river flow – Connecting the Culm update

The Connecting the Culm team has been busy adapting to the Covid-19 outbreak and lockdown. Here's an update on recent activities and what to look out for in the next few weeks.

Mapping the heritage of the River Culm

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Getting underway with the Connecting the Culm project

Read our latest update on the Connecting the Culm project. Connecting the Culm is [...]

New £1m project – Connecting the Culm

New £1m project to tackle key environmental issues and adapt to climate change in the River Culm catchment.