This page gives you access to key PACCo documents and resources.
PACCo Newsletter: Winter 2021-2022
This edition introduces you to the PACCo sites in the lower Otter and Saâne valleys, takes a look at species of birds we hope to start seeing, and introduces you to one of our project team members.Download pacco newsletter: winter 2021-2022
PACCo Newsletter: Spring 2022
In this issue we take a look at progress being made on both our PACCo sites. Work has begun on the campsite in Quiberville, Normandy, and the wastewater treatment plant is making fantastic progress. In the lower Otter valley, construction has started for the new road bridge and rare plants have been relocated.
We also take a first look at results for both our carbon capture research and socio-economic survey, as well as findings from ecology surveys in the Saâne valley. Kate Ponting, Countryside Learning Officer for Clinton Devon Estates also interviews Jasper Westaway, Head of Youth Development for the Budleigh Salterton Cricket Club.Download pacco newsletter: spring 2022
PACCo Information leaflet
This information leaflet gives an overview of the project and why PACCo is important, the long-term outcomes, contact information for each site, as well as information on practical on the ground delivery.Download pacco information leaflet
Lower Otter SRC fish surveys (September 2021)
Results of a fish survey and monitoring programme conducted in the Lower Otter estuary and associated salt marshes.Download lower otter src fish surveys (september 2021)
PACCo Socioeconomic Framework
Using the PACCo sites as case studies, this framework will document how socioeconomic benefits can be realised by creating new rare intertidal habitat, improving ecosystem services, managing threats to the environment and human health, and adapting existing public facilities and infrastructure.Download pacco socioeconomic framework
Lower Otter carbon report
A report providing a pre-restoration assessment of carbon at the Lower Otter Restoration Project.Download lower otter carbon report
PACCo Education Resources are aimed at teachers and students in Key Stage 3, GCSE and A-Level.Coming Soon