From peat bogs to sea caves and ancient oak woodlands to estuaries, Devon has an amazing diversity of landscapes and wildlife. The loss and decline of Devon’s wildlife has, however, accelerated rapidly over the last 50 years and many of our natural resources are damaged.

Devon Local Nature Partnership (LNP) is a strategic collaboration of a huge range of organisations, groups and individuals committed to working together to restore and enhance the natural environment which underpins our lives. Please join us and help us to:

  • deliver a nature recovery network
  • respond to the climate emergency
  • connect people and nature

Check out what’s going on this month in our upcoming events section.

  • Work has begun on a joint Local Nature Recovery Strategy for Devon, Plymouth and Torbay. To find out more info and give us your thoughts, fill out our questionnaire.

  • Work has begun on our Devon Tree and Woodland Strategy. This aims to support increased tree and woodland cover in Devon, as well as the protection and sustainable management of existing woody habitats.

  • Submissions are now LIVE for the Wild About Devon Awards and Grant scheme. And sign up to the WAD mailing list, plus join our Facebook group.

  • Join the forum and sign up to our newsletter. Be sure to tick the 2 boxes at the end of the process.

  • Find out more about our Nature Recovery Network mapping including a recording of the Nov 2021 Devon NRN webinar.

  • Find out what's happening across Devon and share what you are doing with others.