Projects Natur am Byth!Natur am Byth! is Wales’ flagship project, a partnership of nine environmental charities with Natural Resources Wales that will protect endangered species and reconnect the public with their natural heritage. Seagrass Ocean RescueA new project looking to restore seagrass in North Wales! Restoration sites are yet to be determined, and this is where we would like your help to collaboratively identify the most appropriate locations and we'd also love to find out how you would like to get involved. Porthdinllaen Seagrass ProjectThe aim of this project is to develop and implement management options that will improve the condition of the seagrass whilst allowing the existing use of the bay to continue. The aim is to develop and implement these management options in full partnership with stakeholders. PLAS Biosecurity PlanThis project hopes to develop a biosecurity plan for the PLAS SAC and inform effective biosecurity planning for the whole of Wales. Summit to SeaThe Summit to Sea project is currently working with local people between the Dyfi River in the North and the Rheidol River in the South and inland to Llanidloes, exploring opportunities to develop ideas for collaborative land and sea management which will help nature and people thrive. Llŷn Marine Ecosystems ProjectThis project explores methods of managing the sea to improve our understanding of the marine environment and promote the recovery and resilience of ecosystems without having a detrimental impact on local fishermen and communities. Marine CodeThis project has developed and implemented a Marine Code to reduce disturbance to marine mammals and birds. Dolphin WatchThis project trialled Dolphin Watch in Abersoch with the aim of monitoring the compliance with the Gwynedd Marine Code to help us focus our efforts when promoting the code. Morfa Gwyllt Lagoon Project This project looked at the issues at Morfa Gwyllt Lagoon and what could be done to address them. Cricieth Litter Project This project aimed towards creating a self-sustainable community-focused campaign driving towards a local answer to the issue of marine litter. Tir a MôrThis collaborative project led by the Llŷn Partnership and the Pen Llŷn a’r Sarnau SAC is centred on addressing the challenges impacting the natural resources in the area, both on land and the sea that surrounds the Llŷn Peninsular. Living Coasts Living SeasThe Living Coasts – Living Seas was an Interreg IIIA funded project, working in partnership between Gwynedd Council and Fingal County Council in Ireland. The aim of the project was to raise awareness of marine conservation, and share ideas.