Tidelines is a community project for all residents on and around the Exe estuary and coastline to get involved by joining an event, sharing our individual knowledge and understanding of our local environment and asking questions. A ‘communiversity’ of enquiry supported by local specialists and academics with knowledge on a variety of subjects relating to our estuary and coastline, Tidelines is made by it’s community of participants and devised and managed by project co-ordinators Anne-Marie Culhane and Jo Salter.

For this phase of the project we are working with an advisory group which includes representatives from the University of Exeter, Wild East Devon & Wild Exmouth and Transition Exmouth.

We are a collaborative organisation who are keen to share knowledge and work with other researchers, specialists, local organisations, artists and makers so please do get in touch.

For 2020 we are funded by University of Exeter with funding from the ERASMUS + Socially Engaged Universities Fund with additional support from SWCTN (South West Creative Technology Network) and Global Systems Institute

We are grateful for support in developing Tidelines to Kaleider, The Met Office, Wild East Devon, Transition Exmouth, Exe Estuary Management Partnership, Shelley Castle and Ruth Carter.