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As part of the Co-Adapt and Connecting the Culm Roadshow, Westcountry Rivers Trust will be on hand to talk about the Connecting the Culm and Co-Adapt projects at the Historic Beer Flooding event in Beer in East Devon on 28th July 2022. Although outside the Culm catchment, Beer has a history of flooding and there will be opportunities to share and exchange stories, knowledge, perspectives and solutions across the Devon area.

More about the event here.

We invite you to come along to find out more about Connecting the Culm and Co-Adapt projects.

Working with nature and local communities, we aim to make the river better for wildlife and people, and more resilient to flood and drought. We have been collaborating and co-creating with those living in the River Culm catchment to help solve the river’s problems. As a part of this, we are using proven nature-based solutions that provide many other benefits too.


Staff will be on hand to answer your questions about the Co-Adapt and Connecting the Culm projects and nature-based solutions.


Throughout the summer and autumn of 2022, we will be out and about at venues throughout the River Culm catchment making some ‘Catchment Connections’. You can join us for nature walks, creative activities, heritage tours, information stalls and river dipping.

Download our Catchment Connections flyer to find out where we’ll be and when.


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