Looking backwards, looking forwards


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

Looking backwards, looking forwards2020-12-16T14:14:20+00:00

Next Steps for the Forum


November saw the culmination of the first phase of the project, with the launch of the Connecting the Culm Forum following a series of events to raise awareness of the issues affecting the Culm

Next Steps for the Forum2020-12-03T16:19:16+00:00

Citizen Scientists get active on the Culm


A team of volunteers is now routinely monitoring water quality on the Culm, thanks to the Connecting the Culm project and the  Westcountry Rivers Trust Citizen Science Investigation (CSI) scheme. The scheme is designed

Citizen Scientists get active on the Culm2020-11-06T16:26:27+00:00

Discover the Culm event video


The "Discover the River Culm" online event held on 22 October 2020 brought together a galaxy of specialists to detail their knowledge and insights into the science and heritage of the River Culm.  Over

Discover the Culm event video2020-10-27T14:59:55+00:00

Get Involved in the Blackdown Hills


The Blackdown Hills AONB covers a wide range of habitats and communities and within this we have a variety of volunteering opportunities available on the hills. The AONB team is based in Hemyock on the

Get Involved in the Blackdown Hills2020-06-28T09:02:45+00:00
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