Devon’s natural environment is not only beautiful it is our greatest asset and something none of us should take for granted. It provides us with food, fuel, pollination, flood control, great recreational and business opportunities and even a natural health service. It underpins life in Devon.

Natural Devon brings together all those interested in protecting and enhancing our environment for the benefit of people, wildlife and businesses. Please get involved…


Devon LNP Partners are declaring 31st October as Devon Dark Skies Day with an evening event at County Hall in Exeter. Talks will include bats (Prof Fiona Mathews), moths, and Exmoor Dark Skies Reserve. To book a free place please email Further details out soon…

Connecting with nature is great for our health and wellbeing.  Find out more about our Naturally Healthy work including the Connecting Actively to Nature Project.

It’s 2019 Year of Green Action and LNP partners are collaborating on a different topic each month in order to support and inspire action through the year.    #iwill4nature  #yearofgreenaction

Community Action for Wildlife Conference 2019, Chagford. Presentations, resources, and pictures now available

Help manage Devon’s road verges for wildlife with Devon County Council’s ‘Life on the Verge’ initiative  –

Outdoor Learning is for everyone – get outside and discovering the amazing nature Devon has to offer. Check out the evidence and resources for outdoor learning.

Devon is a stronghold for rare species as well as species found nowhere else in the world!  Find out more about Devon’s Priority and Special Species

Net gain.  The Government recently consulted on proposals for mandatory net gain.  See the Devon LNP response and other information here.

 More Devon guidance:

Presentations and pics from our Conferences and Annual Lectures 

Find out more about wildlife reserves and great places to walk, cycle and explore across Devon on the Explore Devon website.

Devon Community Directory Providing access to thousands of services and community groups across Devon