How can we fairly fund farmers to deliver the work that needs doing to reduce flood risk on the River Culm? Slowing down water on farmland during floods is an essential way to reduce damage
The Devon Resilience Innovation Project (DRIP) focuses on 6 catchments of the Culm that experience flash-flooding. Sunday 17 September was a red-letter day for the project as torrential rain fell, causing flash flooding in
The vision and progress being made at the National Trust’s Killerton Estate through the River Restoration Project was celebrated at an event on 3rd November and you can learn more about it by viewing
Beavers have been a hot topic at Connecting the Culm, especially since last year's landmark decision by the government to allow the beavers of the River Otter, one of our neighbouring catchments, "leave to remain".
In the following opinion piece, Richard Horrocks (pictured above at a river activity day) responds to the River Culm Environmental Evidence Review. Richard's career was spent with the Environment Agency and he is currently Riverfly
In 2014 a pair of wild beavers living on the River Otter gave birth to kits (young) for the first time and there was a risk the government would step in to have them