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How can we be active in responding in our communities and as individuals to ongoing changes to our environment and climate?

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High Water March 30

High Water March 30

  High Water: sharing our connections to the tides Tuesday March 30, from 08.45 BST/UTC You are invited to share with us your story...

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Exeter – a tidal city

Exeter – a tidal city

M5 bridge. Andy Thatcher Exeter - a tidal city. The tide sneaks in and out of Exeter. To catch it, you have to be around the Exe...

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The Last Salmon Boat

The Last Salmon Boat

The Last Salmon Boat by Lesley Kerman   The Last Salmon Boat For almost fifty years I could look out of my kitchen window and...

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The Map Room

The Map Room

This is a a gallery of maps submitted as part of the Mapping the Exe invitation or from the Exe Estuary Box.  Please draw your own...

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The Exe Estuary Box

The Exe Estuary Box

  https://youtu.be/ZiG5Fhd2atY Welcome to the Exe Estuary Box! What is it?The Exe estuary box is a place to share thoughts,...

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More about the Exe Box…

More about the Exe Box…

Lots of people are now doing the Exe box around the estuary which is great! Here is some help with the activities if you need it....

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