Wheat with wildflower margin© Tim Scrivener
Radical change in the way agriculture is supported is essential, the Nature Friendly Farming Network has suggested, with environmental improvement put at the centre of future farming policy. Formed at the end of last year, the group is made up of more than 400 farmers who are “committed to managing their land for wildlife and public service, as well as growing and providing healthy, nutritious food”. See also: Farmers’ network backs Gove’s ‘green’ Brexit plan A survey of the group, […]
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