Horsemeat, Farming for Nature and the Wildlife Signal Box
The future of High Nature Value farming hangs in the balance - a unique coalition of farming and conservation organisations call for more action and support. Rachael Garside visits a farm in the Elan valley where their achievements in looking after wildlife and the environment while running a productive hill farm are evident.
Plans for a new opencast mine in the Rhymney Valley go on display. The thousand acre works could employ nearly 240 people, according to the company behind it. But opponents say it could be a blot on the landscape.
And we take a walk down the railway track of the Mawddach estuary to a converted signal box which has been converted to a new use as a wildlife centre with some great views. And if you want to volunteer contact Rhys Gwynn