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Results for "colli pwysau"

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  • 03 May 2016

    Benefits of Walking

    May is National Walking Month – a chance for you to put on some comfy shoes and get out there!

  • Dee River Basin Management Plan 2009

    The first River Basin Management Plan for the Dee 2009-2015.

  • Western Wales River Basin Management Plan 2009

    The first River Basin Management plan for Western Wales 2009-2105.

  • Fairbourne Flood Risk Management – An overview

    June 2019 Update

  • Flooding of farms and agricultural land

    Here is some practical advice on steps you can take to reduce the impact of a flood on your farm

  • About this project

    The Bont Evans Tree Works and Stabilisation (BETWS) project has been set up to safely fell an area of trees and stabilise the hillside along the A487 trunk road near Ceinws, to the north of Machynlleth.

  • Water voles

    The Water vole is fully protected under the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 (as amended). They are the fastest declining mammal in Wales and a priority for conservation efforts.

  • Llyn Padarn, Llanberis

    Llyn Padarn is a valuable natural resource for the people, wildlife and economy of Llanberis and the wider area. Since 2009 we have been working to improve water quality in the lake so it can continue to provide a home for the rare Arctic Charr and other fish and wildlife and also to make sure that local people can continue to benefit from the leisure and well-being opportunities it provides and the jobs it helps support.

  • Flood and coastal erosion risk in Wales

    Reporting to the Cabinet Secretary for Environment and Rural Affairs, under Section 18 of the Flood and Water Management Act 2010

  • Love pollinators

    Find out what you can do to help conserve some of our most valuable creatures.

  • People Survey 2016

    Our People Survey was carried out in April 2016 in order to gauge honest opinions from staff on how they feel about working for Natural Resources Wales and find out which areas of work we needed to focus on to improve things.

  • Improving water quality

    We need to improve the quality of water in Wales’s rivers, streams, lakes, estuaries, coastal waters and groundwaters so that it meets the standards required by the EU Water Framework Directive.

  • E-Timber Sales

    Access online sales of timber grown on the Welsh Government's woodland estate.

  • Natural resource management

    Find out about how we are taking a joined-up approach to managing our natural resources in order to build a healthy and resilient environment that can support economic and social prosperity for generations to come.

  • Potential impacts on the environment and recreation

  • The State of Natural Resources Report (SoNaRR) 2016

    Assessment of the sustainable management of natural resources.

  • River Basin Management Plans Published 2015 - 2021

    The Western Wales River Basin Management Plan and the Dee River Basin Management plan have been approved by Ministers and published on our website. The Habitats Regulation Assessments have been undertaken and concluded no likely significant effect. Both assessments are also published.

  • Wales Outdoor Learning Week 1 – 7 April 2019

    What will you be doing during Wales Outdoor Learning Week?

  • 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.

  • 27 Sep 2017

    Wild seals at Skomer Marine Conservation Zone

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