Follow the links below for more information and resources related to the themes and issues discussed at our East Devon AONB Annual Meeting

Become an Ambassador

Not an Ambassador yet? New Ambassadors are always welcome – find out more about the scheme and how to join here.

Annual Review

Read about our projects and partnership initiatives that have been helping to conserve and enhance our protected landscape.

East Devon AONB State of Nature

Understanding the current biodiversity and natural capital of the East Devon AONB is important in developing any plans for nature conservation.

Venue & Catering

Many thanks to our host venue, the excellent Froginwell Vineyard and our caterer for the evening Titley Green.


Protecting the East Devon AONB

A video tour to showcase our local landscape gems. We visit the beautiful coastal village of Beer, Blackbury Camp and finally the Otter Valley… along the way we are joined by partners we have worked with across the landscape.


Looking out for Violets

Our wildlife engagement officer, Ruth, was joined by local butterfly expert Paul Butter, to chat about habitat and the importance of violets to the rare Pearl Bordered Fritillary species.


Future Farming in the Axe

Protecting and improving water quality and biodiversity in the River Axe catchment. Moving to a sustainable agricultural industry that works alongside and contributes to an improving environment.

Projects to explore

Child painting inspired by nature

ROUTES Project - Creative Nature

Listen to artist and writer Ellen Wiles on a literary soundwalk. Catch a glimpse of the project in action and view images from the project gallery.

Saving Special Species

Find out more about the #SavingSpecialSpecies project and the biodiversity we are working to protect.

Link to LORP

Find out more about the Lower Otter Restoration Project by using this link to their website. Photo credit: Clinton Devon Estates.

Saving Devon's Treescapes

Find out more about how you can get involved with the project’s citizen science activities.

For further information on our species recovery project, visit the #SavingSpecialSpecies pages or contact
the AONB team: 

For further information on our farming projects contact
Pete Youngman – our Project Officer & FiPL advisor: [email protected]

Any other enquiries, contact [email protected]

More to Explore

East Devon AONB Projects

We lead, partner and support projects that focus on a wide range of themes, including landscape and heritage, environmental quality and climate, biodiversity, recreation and tourism.

Outdoors & Active

Whether you prefer walking, cycling, running or playing, everyone feels happier and healthier when they spend time in nature being more active.

East Devon Way

Discover the hidden gems of East Devon and explore this much loved walking route that links 40 miles of public footpaths, trails and bridleways.