A £223m investment in rural communities has been promised by the Welsh Government.
On the day before Article 50 is triggered, the Environment Secretary, Lesley Griffiths AM, announced the joint Welsh Government and EU funding.
The money will go towards helping rural communities 'to be more resiliant during the post-EU transition period.'
The Government say it will help Wales' farmers, food producers, landowners, and others, start to make future plans and shape their businesses to cope with leaving the EU.
Clarity on these future funding arrangements was a key issue raised during a number of Brexit meetings.
This funding means a wide range of important schemes can now open, including:
- Farm Business Grant
- Glastir Advanced
- Food Business Investment Scheme
- Co-operation and Supply Chain Development
- Glastir Woodland Creation and Rural Community Development Fund.
The Cabinet Secretary made the decision to commit the remaining EU part of the funding, £126.3m, after the UK Government guaranteed funding for all projects signed before the UK leaves the EU.
Previously, the Chancellor only guaranteed to finance projects signed before the 2016 Autumn Statement.
The Welsh Government will be providing £96.4m.