Jess Jeans
The recent publication of the State of Nature report has once again stirred up the media, resulting in attention-grabbing headlines citing the deplorable ramifications of intensive agriculture and blaming modern farming practices for the decline in Britain’s biodiversity. I’m all for environmental research and, like all farmers, take my responsibility for protecting and enhancing the wildlife on my own patch very seriously. The report highlights some key areas where we need to increase our focus but I am beyond hacked […]
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