Our collective vision for the Tamar Catchment:
High water quality is available for drinking water, safe sports & leisure, and the health of the wider environment
Water moves through the landscape so that there’s enough water during dry weather, avoiding droughts, and not too much during wet weather, avoiding floods.
There is an improved balance between the removal and addition of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases.
A network of healthy habitats supports thriving wildlife populations and biodiversity across the landscape.
There are safe and accessible spaces for everyone to undertake sports, leisure and cultural activities, and increase their well-being by spending time near water.
The public is engaged with the work of the Partnership and values and protects the natural environment, including sourcing food locally from producers who work sustainably.