Connecting the Culm is part of Co-Adapt, an international project funded through the Interreg 2-Seas programme of the European Union.
Co-Adapt includes partners in Belgium, France and the Netherlands, all focused on the impacts of climate change on flooding and drought, and how communities can get more involved in tackling the issues.
Connecting the Culm is coordinated by a team from Devon County Council’s Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The project has been supported, financially and otherwise, by a broad partnership of organisations operating under the umbrella of the East Devon Catchment Partnership.
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Steven Johnson, Project Manager for Connecting the Culm, talks about the project and how it will help make the Culm a better place for people and wildlife.