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Welsh Government Nature Fund discussions

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ABi Reader, Glamorgan county chairman_170_189Local farmers are invited to the next Glamorgan NFU Cymru county meeting, on Wednesday, 3 September 2014, at the Grove Golf Club, Cornelly.
Starting at 7.30pm, members will have the opportunity to discuss and consider various types of projects the Welsh Government is seeking to fund through the £6m Nature Fund, which is aimed at tackling the decline in biodiversity and move to an approach that recognises the interdependency with social and economic factors.
Abi Reader, NFU Cymru Glamorgan county Chairman said, “This meeting is open to all NFU Cymru members and I do hope we will get a good turnout. After all it’s vital that our projects ideas are put forward so that Welsh Government listens to those who manage our natural resources and who manage our land.”

Sue Evans from the Welsh Government will be present at the meeting to discuss further collaborative proposals. Further details on the Nature Fund, how to apply for grant funding and information on partnership events are available on the Welsh Government website

http://www.wales.gov.uk/) for those wishing to read them before the meeting.

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