Snowdonia National Park Authority leads and works jointly on a host of conservation projects that protect and enhance the unique qualities of Snowdonia National Park.
The projects protect various qualities such as landscapes, wildlife, heritage and culture.
The Carneddau Landscape Partnership project was established to help people discover, record, celebrate and care for this unique area.
A £7 million project to restore the Celtic Rainforests of Snowdonia to their natural state through conservation grazing and invasive species control.
The Dolgellau Townscape Project protects and celebrates the heritage of Dolgellau’s townscape.
The tree nursery at Plas Tan y Bwlch facilitates a constant and steady supply of trees for the Authority’s tree planting projects.
We’ve started on our long-term mission to restore the condition of our peatlands. With a third of Wales’ peatlands here in Eryri (Snowdonia), we’ve got a big task ahead of us…
Developing a sustainable future for Snowdonia’s conservation areas.
Working together to improve the biodiversity and habitat connectivity in the south of the National Park.
Assessing the impact of lockdown measures on Snowdonia’s wildlife.
The National Park Authority’s Young Ranger Scheme offers a fantastic opportunity for young people to engage with Snowdonia’s special and unique qualities.
A LIFE Dee River trout hatchery project, being undertaken in collaboration with Ysgol O M Edwards, Llanuwchllyn.