DWLCT Academic Associates are organisations and individuals who directly contribute to furthering academic research on Dulverton’s Urban Watermill Landscape.

Somerset Industrial Archaeology Society.   www.sias.me.uk

Dr Matt Edgeworth CMIFA, FSA, Honorary Visiting Research Fellow, University of Leicester www.le.ac.uk  

Hazel Riley BA (Hons) ACIFA, FSA. Landscape History Consultant.

Dulverton Junior School www.dulvertonjuniorschool.co.uk

Dr Andy Moir Consultant Dendrologist. Tree-Ring Services  www.tree-ring.co.uk

Martin Wilson BA Hons MCIfa, MIEnvSc, MinstLM, MEAGE, FSA Scot. Archaeological Consultant. Souterrain Archaeological Services Ltd www.souterrain.biz

Wild Trout Trust www.wildtrout.org

Dr. Graham Wills, Honorary Custodian – Simonsbath Sawmill, Chair – Friends of Simonsbath Sawmill.

Jane Snow, Director, Historical Research – Dulverton Weir & Leat Conservation Trust.

Dulverton Library –  Printed versions of most of the research carried out by DWLCT and its Academic Associates are to be found in an Academic Resource Box located within the Library. The Academic Resource provides public access for viewing and researching the history of Dulverton Urban Watermill Landscape in a quiet and intimate environment. www.somerset.gov.uk/libraries-leisure-and-communities/#heritage

North Devon Archaeological Society www.ndas.org.uk 

Somerset Otter Group www.somersetottergroup.org.uk

Lindy Head, Exmoor Horn Sheep Breeders Society www.exmoorhornwool.co.uk 

Meriel Martin MSc, Environmental Management (Protected Areas and Countryside Management).

Carlotta Luke, Carlotta-Luke-Photography www.carlottaluke.com

Exmoor Magazine, which regularly publishes work of DWLCT Academic Associates and is a rather special, high quality, feature-led, quarterly magazine for all who love Exmoor, North Devon and the Quantocks www.exmoormagazine.co.uk

The Mills Archive Trust, which preserves and promotes the history of milling and renewable energy for people to learn about and enjoy. The trust operates a permanent repository of records at their Reading Head Office. https://new.millsarchive.org