“… for the benefit of biodiversity, our communities, and our landscape.”
The East Devon AONB held its annual bash for its Ambassadors earlier in the week:
At this year’s AONB Ambassador Event we’ll be looking at how we are making connections – and connecting others – with nature across the East Devon AONB, for the benefit of biodiversity, our communities, and our landscape.
With a note from the organisers:
From this page you can link to the Ambassador Hub, information and ‘literary sound walks’ from our creative ROUTES project, short videos connected to our work, and other resource links – including the Glover response consultation.
This is a look at their emerging Nature Recovery Plan:
This is from the wonderful ‘literary sound walks’ through East Devon:
You may have seen this before, but watch this video to hear Chris Woodruff chat to Dr Sam Bridgewater about the project:
Village Farm is a living example of regenerative agriculture:
Find out more about the #SavingSpecialSpecies project and the biodiversity we are working to protect:
As part of our Commitment to Nature, we are expanding our conservation work with the ambitious aim of protecting 8 special species – our elusive 8 – and bringing benefits to many more. Whether a bat, butterfly, or tree each species has been chosen for its connection with East Devon and its status as one of our most threatened species.
With the full list of subjects touched on here:
And the full video of the event there: