At this year’s AONB Ambassador Event we’ll be looking at how we are making connections – and connecting others – with nature across the East Devon AONB, for the benefit of biodiversity, our communities, and our landscape.

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Nature Connections 2022

  • With presentations from the AONB team, we’ll get the latest updates and developments on our project work and partnerships, and our plans for species recovery, nature recovery and nature connection work for the coming year.
  • We will also be discussing the UK government response to the Landscapes Review (aka Glover Review), what this means for AONBs and how you can contribute to what our future as a protected landscape might look like.


Date & time:  Wednesday 23 February 2022,  10.00am – 12.00pm

Location: Online via Zoom

Programme to include:

  • Welcome & introduction from our Chair
  • Our Connections with Nature – an update from the AONB.
  • Focus on farming – our work with farmers to support nature and enhance landscapes.
  • Species Recovery – connecting communities with nature via our #SavingSpecialSpecies project and biodiversity plans for 2022.
  • Landscapes Review response – priorities and challenges facing AONBs
  • Your questions answered.

Any questions?

If you have any questions or require further information please get in touch here

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