Rewilding Britain has announced the launch of its first landscape-scale restoration project, which aims to “restore flourishing ecosystems and a resilient local economy, on a scale never before seen in Britain”. The project will create a continuous, Nature-rich area stretching from the Pumlumon massif – the highest area in Mid Wales – down the Dyfi estuary and out into Cardigan Bay. Within five years it will comprise at least 10,000ha of land and 28,400ha of sea.

O’r Mynydd i’r Môr, or Summit to Sea, has secured £3.4 million from the Endangered Landscapes Programme – one of only eight projects ...


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