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Become a Culm Citizen Scientist!

2020-07-13T17:21:23+00:00

One way you can help the Culm in a very practical way is to become a Culm Citizen Scientist. You'll receive training and support from the Westcountry Rivers Trust to enable you to spot pollution

Become a Culm Citizen Scientist!2020-07-13T17:21:23+00:00

The Water Framework Directive – results for the Culm

2020-06-15T15:10:56+00:00

The health of a river can be measured in multiple different ways – you can consider the quality of the water in the river, in terms of the chemicals it contains, and the ecological health

The Water Framework Directive – results for the Culm2020-06-15T15:10:56+00:00

A river flowing through the centuries

2020-06-28T07:56:36+00:00

The image above uses lidar data - obtained by laser scanning the landscape from an aircraft to show features that are difficult to see from the ground. Here, in fields near Sampford Peverell, you

A river flowing through the centuries2020-06-28T07:56:36+00:00

Climate change and the River Culm

2020-06-18T11:06:23+00:00

2020 has been an extraordinary year for many reasons already, and let's hope things don't continue to be so disruptive! In terms of climate we had the wettest February on record (ie since 1862)

Climate change and the River Culm2020-06-18T11:06:23+00:00

Tell us about YOUR River Culm

2020-06-15T14:47:30+00:00

We want to know how and where you visit, use or enjoy the River and the streams that flow into it. Maybe you are a regular visitor, or maybe just once a year? Maybe you

Tell us about YOUR River Culm2020-06-15T14:47:30+00:00

Help shape the Blueprint for the Culm

2020-06-17T13:17:35+00:00

The Blueprint for the Culm is a long-term plan for the River Culm, the streams that flow into it, and the land that drains into it. It will be a practical management plan, shaped

Help shape the Blueprint for the Culm2020-06-17T13:17:35+00:00

Nature-based solutions on the River Corry, East Devon

2020-07-09T11:28:55+00:00

Through 2019 and into 2020, and working in conjunction with another AONB sister project, Woods for Water, works to install £50,000 of Nature-Based Solutions on farms in two sub-catchments close to the Culm catchment,

Nature-based solutions on the River Corry, East Devon2020-07-09T11:28:55+00:00

How did Connecting the Culm come about?

2020-06-15T15:11:32+00:00

Connecting the Culm has been developing for several years now. It has its roots in the East Devon Catchment Partnership (EDCP) which brings together environmental agencies and non-government bodies who have an interest in land

How did Connecting the Culm come about?2020-06-15T15:11:32+00:00
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