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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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...

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...

Exploring a shared vision for our land and sea with the Cambrian Mountains Initiative

During 2021 the Cambrian Mountains Initiative and the Summit to Sea project came together to collaborate on a research project with farmers and other natural resource managers. This research explored: What is the relationship between business and nature currently?...

Developing ideas with farmers and food producers

On the 2nd September, the Summit to Sea project held a workshop for farmers and food producers in conjunction with the Cambrian Mountains Initiative, at Moelgolomen farm, Tal y Bont Ceredigion. The intention was to share the developments of the projects and give more...

How to share your ideas and shape the project

Since May 2020 Summit to Sea has been holding conversations with the communities from Machynlleth to Aberystwyth and Llanidloes in the east to the coastline of Cardigan Bay in the west. These conversations have focused on how the local community, businesses and land...