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The New West, Robert West

Thus even to preserve our national parks we must learn to use naturally the land that lies outside their boundaries.

The Peace of Wild Things

by Wendell Berry When despair for the world grows in meand I wake in the night at the least soundin

MMO215 – East Myne farmstead, Minehead (Monument)

Summary The remains of a deserted medieval and/or post-medieval farmstead is visible as a group of ruinous buildings approached by


The scarring of the landscape, the footprint of society on our planet, is a similar visual response or stimulation of


What is this? Why is this here? Should it be here, if so why, if not why? Who left it

Building our way out of problems?

The river Avill relief channel cost £3.8 million in the 1960s. We could argue that this infrastructure is permanent and

Current and future flood risk

building a flood relief channel on the River Avill at Dunster; widening and straightening of channels including the Washford. River at Roadford, Hungerford,

Somerset Rivers Authority Annual Report 2018-19

Working on the River Avill Flood Relief Channel near Dunster close to where it joins the Bristol Channel © Somerset

The Post-Industrial River

Image © Alan Harris Secondary research, publishing by Alan Harris MA in Photography

River Avill Relief Channel

Introduction to the Relief Channel

The River Avill is a small river on Exmoor in Somerset, England, ending up in the Avill Relief channel. Location.https://w3w.co/dynamic.codes.procuredGrid Ref ST 00559 44492Postcode TA24