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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Learning: Tir a Môr Project

This collaborative project led by the Llŷn Partnership and the Pen Llŷn a’r Sarnau SAC is centred on addressing the challenges impacting the natural resources in the area, both on land and the sea that surrounds the Llŷn Peninsular. This project aims to maintain and...

Online talks and answers to your questions

Thank you to everyone who came along to our online project update talks in September. You can now watch a recording of these sessions. We've also written up the questions from both the Welsh and English talks and included them all below.Your questions answered...

Online Workshop 30th September 2020

We're holding the first of our series of online workshops on Wednesday 30th September between 5.30pm - 7.00pm. During this workshop we’ll discuss the vision and collectively identify the key themes and areas of interest to explore together as we develop the project....

Opportunities to take part in shaping the project

Over the summer we've been speaking with lots of people one to one, thanks to all those who've given their time in this period. During September there are a number of additional ways you can take part in the projects development Questionnaire on your use of the...

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...