Our Work with Rhôs Pastures

Sean Harris is the Radnorshire Wildlife Trust’s Rhos Pasture Restoration Project Artist in Residence – read his blog here, “Disappearing into the Long Grass” which makes strong links between creativity and nature….

CARAD is pleased to be part of the Rhôs Pasture Scheme launched by the Radnorshire Wildlife Trust. It is a new project funded through the Welsh Government Rural Communities – Rural Development Programme 2014-2020, which is funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development and the Welsh Government.

CARAD will be delivering the arts, heritage and some community engagement elements of the scheme, including activities and exhibitions.


Rhôs Pasture is an important habitat which has dropped out of agricultural management over recent years.  This wildlife and heritage project seeks to get it back into traditional management to benefit both local farmers and landowners, and the local wildlife. 

Rhôs pasture has traditionally been areas of species-rich grass and rush pastures.  It is essentially marshy grassland usually managed by low level grazing of cattle.  Its varied structure supports internationally important wildlife.

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