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Trees are among the most versatile and cost-effective natural assets that planners, policy makers, businesses and communities can use to raise the quality of Welsh towns and cities.
Cwm Ivy Marsh Habitat Creation Project
Natural Resources Wales and the National Trust are working in partnership on an exciting and ambitious project to create a saltmarsh at Cwm Ivy Marsh, North Gower, that will provide compensatory habitat for future flood defences within the Carmarthen Bay Special Area of Conservation and create a new habitat for wildlife.
St Asaph flood scheme
Background, plans and latest news about our scheme to protect homes and businesses from flooding in the area.
Assessing Welsh fishing activities
Assessing the impacts of fishing activities on Marine Protected Areas
LIFE Natura 2000 Programme for Wales
Developing a strategic programme to manage and restore Natura 2000 species, habitats and sites in Wales.
Communities and Nature Project
Find details of the European Regional Development project to create high quality facilities that help promote the fantastic natural environment in Wales.
Pearls in Peril
'Pearls in Peril' is a LIFE + NATURE project co-funded by 15 organisations across Scotland, England and Wales
Come Outside! programme
The current Come Outside! programme ended on 31 March 2016. The programme enabled 260 organisations to involve nearly 3,500 people from deprived communities in over 1,000 outdoor activity sessions.
Llanfair Talhaiarn proposed flood risk management scheme
Read the background and proposals for Llanfair TH...