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The SMART NATURE: Beacons to Bay Conference is taking place at the Liberty Stadium on Tuesday 30th June.
The aims of the conference are to inform you about new approaches to managing the natural environment in Wales; to inspire you with positive examples of a more integrated approach; and to involve you by gathering your views and ideas to improve the local environment along the Tawe Corridor and across Swansea Bay.
This event is being organised by Swansea Environmental Forum and Natural Resources Wales as part of the Tawe Trial, which is exploring new approaches to managing our natural resources.
It will be relevant to a wide range of people, particularly those involved in activities related to the environment, planning, regeneration, land management, community development, outdoor recreation, tourism, etc. This includes council officers, politicians, local businesses, community groups and voluntary organisations. The geographic focus for the event spans much of Swansea plus the western edge of Neath Port Talbot and parts of south Powys.
Bookings can be made at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/P3FJR7Z. The event is free of charge. It is anticipated that this will be a very popular event but places are limited so early booking is recommended to ensure a place.