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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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...

Announcing TAIR Collective as Summit to Sea Artists in Residence

We are delighted to announce that TAIR Collective, comprising of artists Manon Awst, Beth Celyn and Judith Musker Turner, have been selected as artists in residence for Summit to Sea as part of the Endangered Landscapes Artist Residencies programme. The Endangered...

Summer drop-in sessions

Throughout Summer 2021 the project will be holding drop-in sessions across the project area to gather ideas, share how ideas are developing and collect feedback from the community. These sessions will be informal and a chance for people to ask questions and take part...

Join our co-design team

Whilst the dawn chorus of birds preparing for nesting season increases around us, we also want to increase the chorus of voices involved in our co-design. We believe that creating the vision for the project and developing should be done in a genuinely collaborative...