Land Law Finance - Issue 14 - Autumn 2019

Welsh farmers are calling for a major rewilding project to be scrapped as fears over its impact on rural communities heightens. www.FARMINGUK.COM 22 Farmers have concerns that the £3.4m project will negatively affect livelihoods in the area Farmers call for major rewilding project to be scrapped One of the biggest rewilding plans the UK aims to restore a huge swathe of land in mid Wales. The Summit to Sea project wants to restore 10,000 hectares of land so it can support ancient trees and wildlife. Work will get underway from the Pumlumon massif - the highest area in mid-Wales – down through wooded valleys to the Dyfi estuary.