A community that’s designing and providing positive outcomes for nature and people through our use of the land and sea.
People – a community engaged in land and sea management for nature and us, which celebrates our rich heritage and is sustainable
Land – a community which is working at a landscape scale to support nature
Water – clean and healthy water ways from rivers to the sea
Nature – nature thrives as part of our community
Our plan is presented in our Blueprint. It condenses the vision that we co-designed into one document, capturing our desire for collaboration and increasing local control and ownership of our priorities. It describes how we hope to share our practices, learning and knowledge with pride, and our hope to collectively improve the area for nature, for ourselves, for our guests and customers, and for future generations.
- Land & Sea management
- Human Connections
- Research, development and learning together
- Narrative and Policy
We use the rivers Dyfi in the north and Rheidol in the south as our imagined geographic boundaries. As Tir Canol continues to develop and our community leads on different areas of interest, the geographic area might also evolve.
An unyielding commitment to co-design meaningfully
Involvement from people on all sides of land-based discussion and politics
30+ members of the Liaison Group
300+ people involved in the co-design process
We’ve got the people, the ambition, and we’re starting to explore how we can deliver our ideas.
We’re currently supported by RSPB Cymru, who are funding one full time member of staff. We’re also supported by a small pot of funding from the Woodland Trust, and the voluntary hours of those within the partnership and wider community.
We have a responsibility on behalf of those who took part in the co-design process to deliver our Blueprint. This will probably mean a variety of grant funding, crowdfunding, private investment and income generating activity.
Want to join us?
If you live in the area
If you’re a funder or interested in investing