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Connecting the Culm Forum #6

Thursday 14 March @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Free

Location

Cullompton Community Centre
Pye Corner
Cullompton, EX15 1JX
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Event Details

Date:
Thursday 14 March 2024
Time:
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Category:
Website:
https://ctcforum6.eventbrite.co.uk
Transport
Car park on site
Facilities
Toilets on site
A group of people seated at tables looking at a presenter and projector screen

Come along to our sixth Connecting the Culm Forum.

Nature Recovery is a big topic in 2024 as, across England, statutory Local Nature Recovery Strategies are being developed for the first time. With a range of fascinating speakers we’ll explore what this means for the River Culm including:

  • Why does the Culm flood and what can we do with all the water? – Julian Payne, Geomorphologist, Environment Agency
  • What role could beavers play in a new future for the Culm? – Matt Holden, Beaver Project Lead, Devon Wildlife Trust
  • Crayfish of the Culm and plans for their rescue – James Maben
  • The Culm at Killerton: how nature is making a comeback – the National Trust
  • Water Quality in the Culm – citizen science driving change – Richard Horrocks and Tim Burt, Riverfly and CSI volunteers
  • How we are seeking nature recovery opportunities on the ground with the help of the Environment Agency, Network Rail, South West Water, National Highways, Mid Devon District Council and others, in partnership with local landowners and occupiers.

Once again the event is at the welcoming venue of the Cullompton Community Centre with complimentary wine and cheese included in your free ticket.

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