Farmers 'suspicious' of wildlife scheme
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Farmers and landowners suspicious of 'rewilding' scheme

Farmers and landowners are "wary and suspicious" of a massive "rewilding" project in mid Wales.

It is hoped one huge stretch of landscape can be brought back to a state where it supports a range of wildlife, plants and trees.

"Summit to Sea" is due to appoint a director to lead the project after securing £3.4m of charitable funding.

Both of Wales' farming unions have voiced concerns about the plans.

  • 07 Nov 2018
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