Catchment Based Approach Triples Investment

The 2018-19 CaBA Benefits Report is now live. Click this link to find out more and download the report. The Catchment Based Approach (CaBA), the initiative to drive collaborative water management across England, has published its annual report that includes a summary...

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Super Sleuth in a Lab Coat

To celebrate International Women in Science Day on 11 Feb 2020, our Fisheries Scientist Dr. Polly Couldrick spoke with the Science Council about her passion for eels and science.As a child, Polly loved all things 'sciencey' and wearing goggles, a lab coat and...

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Preventing Plastic Pollution

Organisations across the South West are joining forces as part of an international project to remove and prevent plastic pollution in the English Channel - and we are one of them. Preventing Plastic Pollution (PPP) will develop a model to gather data on the amount and...

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It’s time to act!

Pledge for Nature is a new campaign that aims to support and encourage communities in northern Devon to help nature to flourish again - and as partners in the project, we are keen to see as many people as possible get involved.Individuals, schools, landowners, and...

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Farming for nature project proves popular

NATURE will receive a helping hand in the River Lyd catchment in Devon after an online auction attracted up £125,000 of proposals from farmers.We initiated a four-week opportunity for farmers to bid for funds in a collaborative project with the Environment Agency (EA)...

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Charity row for men’s mental health

As a charity, we understand how important fundraising is. When people take the time to do something to help support your work, it’s hugely appreciated.Staff at the trust have taken part in fancy dress fun runs to marathons to help bolster our resources,...

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