Go Green!

Rheidol Falls, part of the Nant Y Moch hydro-electric power scheme

 In the nineteenth century Wales made its money through coal, iron ore and slate extraction. This century the future looks much greener - the renewable and sustainable industries of wood, water and wind power now dominate much of rural Mid Wales. On this tour, we're going to explore these industries of the future - we'll investigate broadleaf and conifer forests, visit a windfarm and investigate how running water, of which we have plenty, can be turned into electricity. So if you're interested in matters green or would just like a stimulating day out in the Welsh countryside, join us  and "Go Green!"

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