Insects are a vital part of life on earth – that’s why The Wildlife Trusts have had their say in the Government’s consultation on The Sustainable Use of Pesticides: Draft National Action Plan…
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On the 11th November 2020 the Agriculture Act became law. During the extended parliamentary process, The Wildlife Trusts and many other organisations worked tirelessly to secure the best outcomes…
Director and founder of Pesticide-Free Scotland, James Byrne, explains why and how you can take action against the use of pesticides in your local area.
Fit for purpose? Reflections on emerging agriculture policy – will it help arrest the climate and ecological emergency?
Ellie Brodie, Head of Land Management, takes a look at how the Agriculture Bill and recent Defra policy statements are stacking up for wildlife and wild places.
Motivating farmers with pheasant’s eye, pink tractors and rare moths – award-winning farm advisor, Alison Cross is putting nature back into Hampshire…
With the release of the Glover Review into our National Parks and AONBs, Jo Smith, Chief Executive of Derbyshire Wildlife Trust shares her initial thoughts on its findings.
Making public goods pay – new research shows that at least £3 billion is needed to support nature-friendly farming in the UK
By Ellie Brodie of The Wildlife Trusts, Marcus Gilleard of National Trust, and Alice Groom of RSPB.
It's time to act. The future of our countryside is being determined by the Agriculture Bill.
Tomorrow in Parliament MPs will debate the UK’s first Agriculture Bill for more than 40 years. It’s a big day for farming – and for wildlife.