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Input from your group is invited to help shape the Devon, Cornwall and Isles of Scilly (DCIoS) Climate Adaptation Strategy. This strategy aims to help communities and organisations understand the risks associated with climate change and to explore ways to mitigate them.
The Sustainable South Hams Rivers Assembly this March was a fantastic opportunity for making new connections and sparking new projects. Find out a bit more about some of the outcomes from the Assembly in the two months since.
May is a great month for thinking about the wildlife in your nearby natural spaces, from gardens to verges, with No Mow May, World Bee Day, Garden Wildlife Week and upcoming Let it Bloom June.
May's SusSH Group Leaders' Gathering, hosted at Makers Mews in Ivybridge, centred on the theme of Saving Earth Resources, with updates on composting and sharing projects and thoughts about how to progress from here.
Our next SusSH Group Leaders' Gathering will focus on Saving Earth Resources, led by SusSH Compost Mentor Ben Bryant. Read on for Ben's musings on the topic and introduction to our next gathering.
April’s Sustainable South Hams Group Leaders’ Gathering followed up the Rivers Assembly with updates from new partnerships and ongoing projects.
The Sustainable South Hams Rivers Assembly, the first of its kind in the UK, saw around 150 project, group and community leaders gather to share knowledge, discuss projects and develop new ideas.
Developing a community energy project is not for the fainthearted and March’s Sustainable South Hams Monthly Gathering brought together a vanguard of community group leaders determined to find a way through the complex issues involved.
With the Sustainable South Hams Rivers Assembly coming up in less than a month, find out more about the current state of our rivers, the challenges we are facing and the actions we can take to help make the South Hams’ rivers some of the cleanest and most wildlife friendly in the country.