Making Rivers Better

Making Rivers Better was a free networking event for citizen scientists coordinated by Blackdown Hills AONB on behalf of East Devon Catchment Partnership. It was held at Broadhembury Memorial [...]

Triple Axe project

The aim of the Triple Axe catchment project is to align existing and define new activity in the Axe catchment required to address key issues impacting the catchment’s ability to function more [...]

Somerset Nature Connections

Somerset Nature Connections is a partnership project between Somerset Wildlife Trust and the three Somerset Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The project aims to help individuals and groups to [...]

Landscape Enhancement Initiative

Blackdown Hills National Landscape secured funding from National Grid’s Landscape Enhancement Initiative to restore and enhance landscape features within the National Grid transmission line [...]

Nature Recovery Plan

Blackdown Hills Nature Recovery Plan lays out the priorities and actions needed to recover nature in and beyond the Blackdown Hills National Landscape, to build climate resilience, and address [...]

ELMS Tests and Trials

Blackdown Hills National Landscape was one of 12 National Landscapes (formerly Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty) in England that took part a National Landscape Association programme to provide [...]

Discovering Dunkeswell Abbey

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Corry and Coly Natural Flood Management

Working in partnership with the Environment Agency, Devon County Council's Flood and Coastal Risk Team, East Devon AONB Partnership, Westcountry Rivers Trust and FWAG South West, a two-year [...]

Culm Enhancement Project

Through the East Devon Catchment Partnership, Blackdown Hills AONB secured £20,000 to provide nature-based solutions across the upper catchment of the River Culm to address water quality issues [...]

Catchment Communities Conference

The Catchment Communities Conference, on Friday 19 October 2018, brought together community representatives, land owners and managers, and practitioners from the East Devon Catchment Partnership [...]

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