Tamara Blog

Bryony James, our new Community and Volunteering Officer has been busy getting out and about in the last few months! Here she …

The spring and summer of 2022 was a pilot period for the Scheme’s Natural Connections project. We explored different approaches to improving …

We are working with farmers, landowners and communities to mitigate for climate change; improve water quality; increase tree and orchard planting and …

We had hoped to create a bespoke online heritage hub for the scheme area, but because of the large costs involved and …

Our River Explorers Project aims to address the disconnect between people and their local waterways by engaging individuals, communities and schools.  So …

Sustainable Tourism

We are working with Visit Tamar Valley to help the Valley to become a sustainable tourism hub. A new destination website www.visittamarvalley.co.uk …

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