Ti Bia'r Biosffer Challenge: £1,000 for a grand idea
Your place, your space, make your mark

Application window now closed. Successful project will be announced soon

Biosffer Dyfi is looking for groups, organisations and businesses to submit ideas for projects that will celebrate and showcase the principles of the Biosphere.

£1000 to cover revenue costs is offered to implement the project.

Your project should aim to offer innovative solutions to the challenges and opportunities in the area and should align with the following principles:

1. Action from the bottom up i.e. driven forward by local people

2. Innovation - create opportunities to test new ideas or alternative ways of working

3. Collaboration and networking with other people and groups in the area

If you would like to discuss your idea, contact Einir Haf Davies on 07985155514 or einir.davies@menterabusnes.co.uk

The ideas will be assessed and scored using the following criteria.

Criteria

Promote the principles of the Biosphere

Originality and innovation

Collaboration and networking

Value for money

Legacy 

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WHAT ARE THE PRINCIPLES OF THE DYFI BIOSPHERE?

“The Dyfi Biosphere is recognised and respected internationally, nationally and locally for the diversity of its natural beauty, heritage and wildlife, and for its people’s efforts to make a positive contribution to a more sustainable world. It is a self confident, healthy, caring and bilingual community, supported by a strong locally-based economy”

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Ti Bia’r Biosffer is being delivered by Menter a Busnes and is being funded on a cooperative basis by the Cynnal y Cardi (Ceredigion), Arwain Powys and Arloesi Gwynedd Local Action Groups. It has received funding 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. It is also part funded by Gwynedd County Council, the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA), Ceredigion County Council and Powys County Council.