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If you've wondered it, we've tried it. If we haven't tried it, we will.
Built in an old slate quarry in the foothills of Snowdonia our visitor centre has 7 acres of interactive displays, organic gardens, cafe, shop and adventure playground. It opened in 1974 when CAT was only a small community starting to put sustainable living to the test. Now the organisation has grown in size and reach, welcoming thousands of visitors and school children every year, providing free information to hundreds of thousands of people and offering short courses and postgraduate degrees for those looking for more in-depth knowledge and skills.
Living more sustainably saves money, creates green jobs, provides a healthier lifestyle and makes sense. There are many solutions already available to tackle the issues our planet faces. Come and explore what you can do.
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If you're interested in a very specific area of the site, or are researching solutions to a specific problem, contact us prior to your visit. We will help you choose the best day to visit.
Restoring Ancient Woodland to Mid-Wales with Adam Thorogood
The Woodland Trust's Adam Thorogood will talk us through restoring ancient woodland to the UK and Wales with stunning examples of success in the landscape surrounding CAT.
5th April 2017
5pm – Café open
7pm – Talk begins
This talk is FREE