As fellow Natural History enthusiasts, what do you make of this latest headline from Defra?
Nature Improvement Areas
On the one hand, this government appears to want to press ahead with concreting over our precious countryside. On the other hand, there is still hope for this country to remain a green and pleasant land.
This leaves me to believe that the United Kingdom government’s policies are in a state of chaos. Then again, who am I to judge as I only possess the right of vote in the first place?
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I receive regular emails from differing conservation bodies so today; I would like to share some news with you.
Occasionally, in nature, it is the simple decisions that prove to be of most value to the natural world.
Here is some fascinating video advice showing sustainable wildlife farming, courtesy of the Campaign for the Farmed Environment.
See here for further details.
Also courtesy of Farmers Weekly Interactive, comes the following news release from Defra.
See here for further information on this hot topic.
All the very best,
Defra have recently released the following news. If, like some, you are unaware of Defra, it stands for The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. They are a British Government department, whose main responsibility is looking after our precious environment. The current minister who represents them is my local MP, Richard Benyon. Being a keen naturalist and environmentalist, I am always keen to hear what he has to say. Below is a link to the latest Defra news release.
Latest Defra News Release
More next time.