The project – Pennal 2050 – is an ambitious long term strategic plan to build a resilient and sustainable environment and rural community based on a landscape scale collaborative community partnership of more than 40 partner landowners, community groups, environmental organisations, farming unions and local businesses including the tourism, leisure, health, farming and recreation sectors and Natural Resources Wales.
The plan is centred on addressing a number of local challenges including better coastal and upland catchment flood management and alleviation; improved water/river quality; enhanced biodiversity and habitats; improved access provision; increased employment, tourism and health opportunities; strengthen of economic and social resilience.
Working together as a community and drawing on local expertise and involving all across the community the project aims to tackle the key threats in the Dyfi catchment area.
- Funding amount:
EAFRD (WG RC_RDP Wales) contribution£818,283.00
- Funding source:
Sustainable management scheme
- PENNAL 2050 WINS TOP AWARD
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