Visitors are being invited to discover a new Wales at the Welsh Living Landscape Festival, May 29th-30th.
This vibrant and informative weekend event, which is open from 10am to 5.30pm on both days, is packed with fun activities, workshops, arts, talks and entertainment for all the family.
Local experts will bring the local landscape alive, explaining its geology and the fascinating history that has shaped it. From farming to forestry, slate quarries to sustainable building, visitors will be able to experience the magic of the Welsh landscape through new eyes.If you’ve ever wanted to explore the varied and wondrous ecosystems around us and to find out about the people who depend on them, this is your opportunity.
Grace Crabb, Ecologist and woodland manager at CAT said:
“Landscapes are incredibly important in Wales. How we manage our landscapes it vital to our rural economy and is also vital to protecting the incredible biodiversity we have here. We’re putting on the Living Landscapes Festival to help the public understand the unique landscapes we have here”
Julie Bromilow, Education Officer at CAT said:
“It’s vital that we begin to understand how landscapes might change as we adapt to climate change. The Living Landscapes festival is all about helping people explore what landscapes mean to them and why they are important”