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 [...]

Funding for Farming in Protected Landscapes

Blackdown Hills AONB will be helping to deliver Defra's new Farming in Protected Landscapes programme, opening 1 July, which will fund projects that will support nature recovery, tackle climate [...]

Make meadows while the sun shines!

Tracey Hamston, project officer for More Meadows, invites you to join a growing number of Meadow Makers coming together to get the Blackdown Hills blooming and buzzing.

Bravo for the beavers!

While we humans have had a tough time of it lately, 2020 has been a dam good year for local beavers! If you’re eager to learn more about beavers read on…

Fabulous forests!

Forests can be magical places to be in the winter months and we are lucky enough to have lots of lovely woodland in the Blackdown Hills AONB for you to explore. Here’s an update from our friends [...]

Devon Carbon Plan consultation

Climate change is already having an impact on our landscape, wildlife and communities and it will continue to do so into the future unless we take action. As part of Devon’s response to the [...]

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 [...]

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.

Saving Devon’s Treescapes

  Devon's treescapes are stunning and crucial habitats for so much wildlife. But they have been in decline for many decades and are now facing a new threat from ash dieback; which is [...]

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