May and June were busy months, we've been continuing to co-create a Vision & initiate an action plan with amazing people! Three fantastic catchment visualisation workshops took everyone time travelling to the future to imagine
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Visualising the River Culm, its tributaries and the wider catchment has been something the CtC project has strived to do since day one. Here we've gathered together some of the artwork and illustrations that
Arts and crafts are as important as evidence for expressing our entanglements with nature, wildlife and watery environments. Through the Creative Culm initiative, the Connecting the Culm project brings together people working in different
Back in March we wrote about wildlife spotted in the Culm catchment and that we'd soon be able to share plans with you on how to get involved, COVID-safely, in one of the many
The National Trust and Westcountry Rivers Trust are working together to start the process of enhancing nature in the floodplain from Ellerhayes Bridge to Columbjohn on the Killerton estate. On the evening of 20th April
On Wednesday 17th March an interactive audience joined us for the Culm Citizen Science Investigations (CSI) event, to celebrate the work of the fantastic volunteers throughout the Culm catchment who collect and analyse water samples
Wildlife spotting emerged as the second favourite activity* people participate in when out and about around the Culm and its tributaries. But what types of wildlife can people expect to see and what has been
2020 was a challenging year but, working with nature and local stakeholders and communities, the journey to make the Culm river and catchment better for wildlife and people, as well as becoming more resilient to