Engaging and empowering citizens to care for their environment and to work at whole-systems level.
Giving local people a greater sense of belonging and opening up the question of what it means to be a citizen of this place.
Promoting sustainable, low-carbon enterprise in this region as part of a long-term resilience strategy
Creating a learning region that offers direct & enjoyable experiences of ‘real-world problem-solving’ to people of all ages
MEET THE TEAM
The Bioregional Learning Centre is the brain-child of Isabel Carlisle and, since it’s formation in 2017, the team has been growing into a multi-skilled and passionate group of people who are all deeply committed to protect and improve the South Devon Bioregion and others all around the world…
We are hugely grateful to the Polden-Puckham Charitable Foundation......who have funded the core costs of BLC in its start-up phase during 2018
Catch-up on all the latest news, opinion, blogs and activities happening in the South Devon Bioregion…
- BRICOLAGE ON THE DART The Flow Partnership's Water Summer School is being run at Dartington on the banks of the River Dart in South Devon in June 2018, drawing attention to the practical water work done by local communities and farmers to protect water in our...
- SOUTH DEVON PLASTIC POLLUTION NETWORK South Hams Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Devon Community Recycling Network (DCRN) and The Bioregional Learning Centre (BLC) have been working with Anna Turns on the issue of single-use plastics. They are forming a...
Isabel reports for Transition Network here from the first European Commons Assembly in Brussels, a milestone meeting that saw three policy proposals presented, Democracy as a Commons, Community Land Trusts (housing), and open technology for a Digital Commons. 26...