What do we want and need to know about our Exe estuary and coast (past, present, future)?
How can we CELEBRATE and LEARN more together about our unique location?
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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In January of this year, I had the opportunity to complete my first ever completely self-directed body of work for my University...
About these Events People around the Exe Estuary have been taking part in our summer read of Rachel Carson's remarkable book The Sea...
We invited Heath Nickels a wildlife and wildflower enthusiast to write a blog about flora at the tide's reach after a walk we made...
Exton to the Mouth of the Clyst We parked bikes at Exton Station, and walked back under the railway line which is passable at most...
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