O’r Mynydd i’r Môr / Summit to Sea

Imagine nature and people thriving, from summit to sea

Summit to Sea is a voluntary partnership in Mid-Wales exploring innovative approaches to working for nature at landscape-scale 

 We are seeking a shared, agreed and inspiring large-scale approach to the use of natural resources, for the good of nature and people.

This will mean collaborating across ownership boundaries to develop bold solutions, rooted in the heritage and culture of the local land and sea.

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RSPB Cymru New Project Host

Summit to Sea project announces RSPB Cymru as new project host.As of June 2020, the Summit to Sea project which sets out to deliver change for nature at scale through delivering ecological, economic and social benefits will be hosted by RSPB Cymru. Partners, local...

What you said at our drop-ins

We have held nine drop-in sessions all over the project area in the last few months, and more than 150 people joined us to discuss the project. Thank you to everyone who participated. We apologise for the short notice of these sessions and want to reassure you that...

Drop-in sessions – more dates announced

We’ll be holding more drop in sessions in 2020, and have been reflecting on our sessions last year.We completed seven drop-in sessions at the end of 2019. We had over 130 people join us to discuss the project, their hopes, concerns and ideas. Thank you to everyone who...

A new chapter for Summit to Sea

Changes being made to Summit to Sea's governance.    Summit to Sea has announced that one of its eight partners, Rewilding Britain, is stepping aside from the project.    The decision follows feedback from community members and farmers’ unions who were...

Stories: Adam, Woodland Trust

What excites me about Summit to Sea is the way that it hopes to unite all these different habitats and places.The rivers and the rocks and the woodlands and the coastline, all together. But aside from the excitement there are also uncertainties and challenges, such as...