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The rural news magazine for those who live and work in the Welsh countryside.

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30 minutes

Last on

Mon 12 Aug 2013 05:30

Inspired by Nature

The Rheidol Valley is the chosen location to reintroduce Beavers to Wales 500 years after they became extinct in Wales but it's time to convince the local community. Adrian Lloyd-Jones who is leading the Welsh Beaver Project explains why it's a good plan.

How interactive technology is attracting a wider audience to the great outdoors as Visitors centres at two country parks get a modern makeover. Work has been taking place at Loggerheads country park near Mold and on the Great Orme headland in Llandudno to help people find out more about the history and heritage of the two sites.

The co-operative society that is celebrating a hundred years of walking holidays and HF holidays are looking for more voluntary leaders.

Science and poetry in the uplands - we speak to the poet Karen Owen who has been appointed writer in residence at Pwllpeiran Upland Research Centre near Aberystwyth.

And art and politics - how the natural world is inspiring one artist focusing on "green issues"