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NIA Films

In this section you can find the variety of films that have been produced to help communicate the activities and objectives of the Northern Devon NIA

NIA Farmer Film

Farmers explain how the Northern Devon Nature Improvement Area is helping them to manage their land in a more wildlife friendly way as part of the project's aim to create a wildlife rich, economically productive and socially benefical landscape in the River Torridge Catchment.


Multi-Media Project

A series of 3 short films illustrating the range of ways communities have been engaging with the nature on their doorstep


Children from Langtree interviewed older residents about their memories of wildlife, nature and farming. This information helped form the basis for practical wildlife action in which local children helped make decorated bee hotels which were then positioned in the school grounds and in support of wildlife in the local churchyard.


Meeth Nature Reserve

This film about a winter walk at Meeth Nature Reserve was made with children from the Messy Meeth Monkeys community group. It helps show the benefits to our health and wellbeing from getting outside in nature - regardless of the weather and the time of year. 

Torrington Common

This short film helps explain the work of the Torrington Conservators who oversee one of the Northern Devon Nature Improvement Areas largest accessible green spaces.

Giants in the Forest

The Giants in the Forest was partnership project forming one aspect of the schools programme developed as part of the NIA.