Dolau Dyfi Wildflower Collage

Feeling inspired by the wonderful wildflowers around you? Watch our video (created by ENNYN C.I.C) to learn how to make your own wildflower collage from your observations of the area or wildflower books. Then take a photo and put it in the comments of this video! We would love to see what

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Dolau Dyfi Site Profile #1: Tyddyn Penygaer

Location: Llandre, Borth Area: 1.6 Hectares Site description: This site contains two neutral grassland fields and a corner of marshy grassland with a small pond. The neutral grassland was subject to power-harrowing and seeding from previous years, but due to the lack of grazing and/or hay cutting, the site has become

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Dolau Dyfi Pollinator Survey

Help us to discover the Dolau Dyfi project area by taking part in our Pollinator Survey! You can carry out the survey in your garden, on your farm or when out on your daily walk. You should choose a warm and preferably sunny day any time from April through to August.

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Dolau Dyfi Wildflower Spotter Survey

Help us to explore the Dolau Dyfi project area by taking part in our Dolau Dyfi Wildflower Spotter Survey! You can carry out the survey in your garden, on your farm, or when out for your daily walk. You can do this anytime between April and September as different flowers will

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Dolau Dyfi Update- The Project So Far

Hello, I‘m Richard Jones, the project officer for the Dolau Dyfi project. Here is an update on what we have been doing since the new year…. Because the project had officially started before my appointment, and with the end of financial year looming, I was told to hit the ground running….

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Introducing Dolau Dyfi’s Project Officer Richard Jones

Hello, my name is Richard Jones, and I am the project officer for Dolau Dyfi, a Welsh Government Sustainable Management Scheme supported by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD). Born and bred in Dolgellau, I live on our family farm where we keep a herd of Shetland cattle, bucket

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