Local Nature Recovery Strategies

Local Nature Recovery Strategies are currently being developed in Devon and Somerset. These will set out local priorities and opportunities for nature recovery and [...]

Walk this May

May is National Walking Month and Naturally Healthy Month. So, walk this May and we’ll help you take the Blackdown Hills in your stride.

Walking Well

Somerset Nature Connections project is working to support local [...]

May is Devon’s Naturally Healthy Month

Devon’s Naturally Healthy May campaign is all about harnessing the power of nature and physical activity to improve our health and wellbeing. It’s a fantastic time to head outside and enjoy some [...]

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 [...]

Reflections on the Nature and Wellbeing project

As our Nature and Wellbeing project comes to a close, Kristen Lambert takes a look back at some of the highlights of the project and tells of a new project across Somerset to build on its success.

Turning to nature in a time of crisis

Some thoughts on recent events, the nurturing nature of natural spaces and the need for us to tread carefully in the coming weeks.

Getting through the challenges ahead

Now, more than ever, it is important that we support others in our community and take good care of our own health and wellbeing. As many of us find ourselves confined to our homes or dealing with [...]

Autumn watch on the Stockland Turbaries

In the parish of Stockland, following the Enclosures, a number of pockets of land remained as common land and [...]

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