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BioCultural Heritage Tourism Project (North Devon BR)

Biocultural Heritage is a process of collaboration between inhabitants, businesses and environmental managers to create experimental activities that celebrate the connections between humans and nature distinctive to the local area and cultural heritage. Four English and French UNESCO Biosphere Regions have come together, with substantial funding from the Interreg Channel region programme, to increase the economic value of tourism based on their natural and cultural resources, whilst reducing its environmental impact.

Type: Heritage and landscape

Field of activity: Conservation of cultural/historical heritage

Responsible body: North Devon BR, among others

Period: 2018-2021

Contact: Andrew Bell - andrew.bell@devon.gov.uk

Area of operation: North Devon BR and other biosphere regions

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