COP26 Together For Our Biosphere

With COP26 upon us we wanted to share with you our commitments to nature recovery and helping our community achieve net zero. As part of the North Devon Biosphere Business Partner Network we have been working hard to raise environmental awareness with our visitors and to protect this special place where we live for future generations.
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Braunton Burrows Guided Walks

As part of the Biosphere’s BioCultural Heritage Project we took part in a film covering our wildlife & wildflower walks led by ecologist and botanist Mary Breeds. To find out more about our events coming up:

Braunton Countryside Centre’s Activities & Events

The Braunton Countryside Centre provides information and interactive displays to help visitors make the most of our stunning location. Thanks to the BioCultural Heritage Project we have been hosting events and activities helping people to discover why this area is so special for nature.

Braunton Countryside Centre Foraging Experience

This is a prototype test experience for the BioCultural Heritage Tourism project led by Braunton Countryside Centre working with local wild food guide Adam Reeve from the Ramblers Pantry. Adam shows us what is good to forage in Spring as well as how to forage safely and sustainably.
The experience will also include a cookery demonstration as well.

Go Plastic Free with Claire Moodie from Plastic Free North Devon

In this talk Claire discusses the latest North Devon campaigns and what we can do to go plastic free to help wildlife.

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