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Help us create a wilder Devon

Devon’s rivers are threatened by pollution. Please give to DWT’s Rivers of Life appeal to support DWT’s work with landowners next to rivers and streams across northern Devon. Your donation will help protect riverbanks, improve soil health, create new wetland habitats, improve management of hedges and support landowners in ‘wilding’ their land – all across 19,000 hectares of northern Devon. Help us create a Wilder Future, with cleaner waterways and more wildlife on farms, in woods, ponds, streams and rivers.

Please support DWT’s Rivers of Life appeal.

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