OVA Christmas Party & Otter Valley Residents urged to back beavers. See here for full details of the OVA Christmas Party on 9th December.
Devon Wildlife Trust is advising East Devon residents on how they can have a say on the future of beavers in our countryside. The government has launched a public consultation on the future of beaver introductions in England.
Join the Otter Valley Association with EDDC and Clinton Devon Estates to clear litter from the Otter Estuary.
The OVA are updating their Gift Aid records and would like your help in completing the latest version of the Gift Aid Declaration. If you are a UK tax payer we can claim 25p for every £1 you pay in membership subscriptions and donations in past, present and future tax years.
The 41st Annual General Meeting of the Otter Valley Association will be held online via Zoom at 19:30 on Tuesday, 11 May 2021. The formal business will be followed by a presentation on the progress of the Lower Otter Restoration Project by Dr Sam Bridgewater, of Clinton Devon Estates.
Patrick Hamilton of the OVA's Natural Environment group has produced a comprehensive report outling the work carried out to eradicate Himalyan
When I sent my news sheet out in October, I hadn’t really planned on writing another, but thought that I would update you on a few subjects which seem relevant, if only to let you know that we are still here. Jacqui hopes to have the next newsletter out in March next year.
The OVA has been involved since the inception of this project and is a member of the Technical Streeing Group, trying to give a local flavour to the proposals.
The government is proposing very significant, and controversial, changes to the current planning system for housing development. There have been two public consultations, both similar in content, and the OVA has responded to both of them.