Ashburton Climate Emergency
If you are interested in learning how to monitor riverflies and protect the health of the River Dart, please join us for a training day. Following which, it would be great if you could commit to undertaking a minimum of three river surveys a year - preferably in May, June and July - to inspect and survey the river. A short online session will be required ahead of the training day.
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A group has formed to organise tree planting in Ashburton.
Can you can spot a place to plant trees - even if it's only a space where one or two trees might go?
Contact Ian Pickvance via the Town Hall or email
ACE’S vision is of a healthy, vibrant, inclusive, sustainable and zero-carbon community that takes positive actions to address the challenges that the Climate and Ecological Crisis pose to Ashburton and surrounding villages.
A COMMUNITY RESPONSE TO THE CLIMATE AND ECOLOGICAL EMERGENCY
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IPCC report is 'code red for humanity'
The most important thing we can all do is to work together to build a resilient
community that will cope with whatever comes next.
There is an opportunity to adopt some grass verges from Devon County Council. and support wild flowers, thereby giving insect and plant life a helping hand.
This project has support from the Town Council but needs a group to take it on. Can you help?
firstname.lastname@example.org or contact him via via the Town Hall.
Work has been going on at
St Andrew's to restore the church yard and make it
more accessible and biodiverse. If you can
help or have expertise in creating wildflower meadows or community composting email Geoff email@example.com