Week Five – Culmstock, an old newspaper article & a Corn/Hay Goddess

2021-08-25T16:35:36+00:00

Where is the folklore for the River Culm? It certainly doesn’t jump into my hand. Researching in the libraries this week, so many people stepping forward to help me. The librarian at Exeter Central

Week Five – Culmstock, an old newspaper article & a Corn/Hay Goddess2021-08-25T16:35:36+00:00

Creative Culm

2021-07-06T10:43:49+00:00

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

Creative Culm2021-07-06T10:43:49+00:00

Water, wildlife & vegetation monitoring training & volunteering – getting outdoors in groups again!

2022-07-06T09:16:24+00:00

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

Water, wildlife & vegetation monitoring training & volunteering – getting outdoors in groups again!2022-07-06T09:16:24+00:00
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