Conservation in Carmarthenshire

We have a team of dedicated staff and volunteers who help care for our Special Places in Carmarthenshire so that they can be enjoyed by everyone for years to come.

Sarah Jones, Engagement Ranger Sarah Jones Engagement Ranger
The millpond at Dinefwr

Ranger Blog: Lesser of two Weevils

Find out how our Rangers intend to treat an invasive plant species that's threatening our waterways.

Volunteers surveying the hay meadow at Dinefwr

Going wild for our wildflower hay meadows

Ranger Sarah is wild about our flowering hay-meadows at Dinefwr

Two ladies walking in the autumn

We're weather-proofing our trails

We're weather-proofing our trails so that they can be enjoyed all year round. It's a great time of year to get outdoors and closer to nature and there's always something new to discover at Dinefwr. So boots on, lace up, it's time for an adventure.

Flowers in meadow

Conservation Grazers at Dinefwr

Conservation machines; our White Park Cattle are our best tool for conserving our flowering hay meadows.

Felling deseased Larch at Allt Dolaucothi

Delivering for Nature at Dolauocthi

Follow our progress as we deliver for land and nature at Dolaucothi.

A group of volunteers pose at Ragwen Beach with COASTodian kit

Conservation on the Carmarthenshire Coast

Nestled between the coastal giants of the south-west are the numerous lesser known coastal sites of Carmarthenshire.