Landscape-scale rewilding project gets funding

Rewilding Britain has announced it has achieved funding for its “renewal of wild nature and rural communities in mid-Wales”, stretching from the Cambrian Mountains along the Dyfi estuary and out into Cardigan Bay.

Called ‘Summit to Sea’ the project has received funding from the Endangered Landscape Programme which is managed by the Cambridge Conservation Initiative and is funded by charity Arcadia.

It aims to bring together “one continuous, nature-rich area, stretching from the Pumlumon massif - the highest area in mid-Wales – down through wooded valleys to the Dyfi estuary and out into Cardigan Bay. Within five years it will comprise at least 10,000 hectares of land and 28,400 hectares of sea.”

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