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9-Jan-2023

Nomadic Pastoralism in Mongolia

Patrick Dillon

For millennia, the temperate landscapes of south-west England have supported a form of pastoralism characterised by livestock farming.

But what might have emerged had the climate been less benign and the topography more challenging?

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13-Feb-2023

Art & Archaeology

Digging Deep into Landscape

Rose Ferraby

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10-Apr-2023

The Burnt House at Weston

Stuart Blaylock & Barbara Farquharson


27-Nov 2023

The Third Annual John Torrance Talk

Heritage Lost and Found:

Nature, Culture & the Story of a Stone

Caitlin DeSilvey (Exeter University)

A talk about recent work with the heritage sector exploring how the ‘loss’ of (architectural and horticultural) heritage due to accelerated climate change can also generate opportunities for creating new links to the past, and pathways to a resilient future.

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12-Feb-2024

Dorstone Hill & Arthur’s Stone:

A Neolithic Landscape in Herefrodshire

Julian Thomas

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13-Mar-2023

A New Natural History of Britain

Naomi Sykes

8-May-2023

Branscombe: Rewilding & Biodiversity

Nicola Westlake & Ian Crowe

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8-Jan-2024

An Insight into My World as a Wildlife Photographer

Robin Morrison