Wildlife Trusts Online Event: The Upper Conwy Catchment – a project update

Date: Thursday 10 March 2022

Thursday 10th March 2022 from 7.30pm until 9pm GMT.

The dramatic terrain of the Upper Conwy may look resilient and rugged but it’s very vulnerable to climate change. Rivers travel the entire length of this landscape and increased rainfall means the area is at greater risk of severe flooding. Dewi Davies, Project Manager for the National Trust’s Upper Conwy Catchment Project, will give us an update on this landscape scale project aiming to improve the quality of the environment and heritage of the area.

Dewi comes from a background of working in the uplands on land management, access and conservation. As Upper Conwy Project Manager since 2015, Dewi believes in taking action to improve access to the countryside and land management for nature. A fluent welsh speaker Dewi wants future generations to be able to spiritually connect with this special place, its names and people, through Cymraeg. He is a passionate believer that the communities of Eryri can work together and lead the way in protecting its special qualities. Perhaps this passion can be traced back to his childhood, roaming the hills and valleys above his home town of Llanfairfechan.  For all the details and to book your place, please click here.

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