New job – coastal officer

New job – coastal officer

This is a great opportunity to join a great team that saves nature and inspires people in some of the richest wildlife areas in Wales. We are looking for someone who is passionate about the Dyfi area, who sees the big picture and has an eye for detail. Someone with...
Tir Canol Guided walks

Tir Canol Guided walks

Over the summer we delivered a series of free walks across the Tir Canol project area.  The aim of the walks was to engage the public with the wide variety of nature, trees and landscapes within the area. The weather was sometimes challenging (i.e. one of the...
Instagram Live – A project update with TAIR

Instagram Live – A project update with TAIR

On the 14th February TAIR, the projects artists in residents, hosted an Instagram Live with Sian Stacey, Project Development Officer, about how the project has been developing, and how the co-design process is going. You can watch the discussion, which is in Welsh and...
Sharing the Blueprint

Sharing the Blueprint

Over the last 18 months the Summit to Sea project has been inviting a wide range of people to take part in co-designing a future where nature and people thrive in Mid Wales. The project has held workshops, talks, drop-in sessions and one to one meetings with hundreds...