An intricate study of tree growth in ancient woodland in North Devon and Plymouth is expected to provide a template for volunteer scientists around the UK to help monitor the effects of climate change.
As landowners and land managers, we have a responsibility to do our part in finding sustainable alternatives to fossil fuels in the right place and at the right time to help the UK to secure 12% of its heat demand from renewable sources by 2020.
One of Devon’s top teenage cricketers has received a welcome boost to his fundraising efforts to join Devon’s Youth Cricket Tour on their annual Development Tour of South Africa.
Clinton Farms Manager George Perrott joined forces with his wife, children and two family friends to run the London Great Parks half marathon at the weekend, raising £4000 for two cancer research charities.
Clinton Venison is proud to have received two gold awards in this year’s prestigious Taste of the West Awards – for our locally produced venison sausages and for our loin fillet.
Family-run businesses operating in rural Devon and Somerset are being invited to take part in a year-long pilot scheme which aims to boost the rural economy by bringing out the best in family firms.
to include an allocation of affordable housing as well as new public open spaces, woodlands and a much improved natural environment
New film shows battle to protect East Devon’s river courses from invasive weed.
Planning consent for new homes in Woodbury and Newton Poppleford
part of a new homes and allotments development for the town