We have eleven cross-cutting priority themes and a number of related initiatives.
Creating a strategy for Devon’s wildlife
Taking action on climate in Devon with solutions that combat the ecological emergency.
Protecting, restoring and using our natural capital assets to ensure social and economic wellbeing.
Creating a prosperous and productive farming economy which also enhances the environment
Integrating high-quality green infrastructure into developments across Devon
Encouraging sustainable management and creation of woodlands and hedges that are rich in wildlife and reconnected to the local communities and economy
Supporting Devon’s wetlands and watercourses to be flood, drought and climate resilient with healthy fish and wildlife populations while providing excellent recreational opportunities and a clean water supply.
Aiming for a world-class coast and marine environment that is wisely used to provide a sustainable living for local fishing communities, a home for an impressive variety of wildlife, and an attraction to millions of visitors and residents.
Giving everyone in Devon the opportunity, and the confidence, to be ‘naturally active’, in order to improve their health and wellbeing.
Communities and Culture
Connecting people across Devon to enhance our natural environments.
Getting people of all ages to regularly interact with Devon’s natural environment as an integral part of lifelong learning
- NEED – Network of Environmental Educators in Devon