NFFN farmers with signs
More than 100 farmers have added their support to retargeting taxpayer money more towards agri-environment measures and less towards direct payments post Brexit. The so-called Nature Friendly Farming Network (NFFN) was officially launched at the Oxford Real Farming Conference on Friday (5 January). The independent organisation wants the UK and devolved governments to create a post-Brexit policy that helps farmers restore wildlife, reverse declines in soil quality and mitigate climate change. See also: Are Gove’s environmental ambitions practical for farmers? […]
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