The Avon Valley project aims to restore and re-connect precious wildlife habitat.
This project is enabling people to learn about, celebrate and help to care for these enigmatic bats and the landscape they live in.
Enhancing and protecting the wildlife value of green space in the city making Exeter a national beacon for urban wildlife
Celebrating the fascinating, unrivalled natural and cultural heritage of one of Devon’s least known landscapes – the internationally important blanket bogs of Dartmoor.
The first re-introduction of wild beavers in England. This 5 year trial will monitor the beavers on the River Otter.
Conserving a rare and endangered species on the north Devon’s river Torridge.
The aim of Devon Wildlife Trust’s Sustainable Fisheries work is to reduce the impact of Devon’s fisheries on our rich and varied marine environment
Upstream Thinking is a five year project funded by South West Water aimed at improving the quality of water arriving at water treatment works.
Nature Improvement Areas (NIAs) work towards an ambitious, shared vision for landscape-scale management of the local environment.
The Torridge Headwaters project provides advice and support to landowners, encouraging them to undertake sensitive management to improve the natural environment across their land holdings.
Over the last five years, Devon Wildlife Trust has worked closely with Exeter University and other partners to examine the wider benefits of Culm grassland.