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overwintering

overwintering

Overwintering I   public rehearsals and performances late Feb/early March Community rehearsals: Thursday 29 Feb, Sunday 25 Feb...

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Alive Alive O! Part 2

Alive Alive O! Part 2

Mud is really the lungs of the river – Jason Ingham, inshore fisherman on the Exe Marine Larvae are attracted to sounds when they are...

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Salmon Run 2023

Salmon Run 2023

SALMON RUN 2023 In one day, World Rivers Day, runners aged from 3 (on pushbike) to 72 took on a variety of challenges to empathise...

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Sea Temperature Part I

Sea Temperature Part I

We are delighted to share this blog post from Louise which weaves together threads of felt experience, citizen science, craft and...

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Exe Trail Plankton Mural

Exe Trail Plankton Mural

Exe Trail plankton mural near Lympstone Back just before lockdown Tidelines worked with the Exe Estuary Managment Partnership to...

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Alive Alive 0! Part 1.

Alive Alive 0! Part 1.

ALIVE ALIVE O! Calling the Blue Mussel The mussel beds in the Exe are now badly depleted and many are wondering how we can restore...

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The Salmon Run Day

The Salmon Run Day

The SALMON RUN DAY 8 relay sections, 7 changeover locations, 9 ceremonial invocations, many dates slices, several pubs by several...

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