TITLE

Agriculture essential for wildlife

PUB. DATE
August 2006
SOURCE
Farmers Weekly;8/18/2006, Vol. 145 Issue 7, p15
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article states that a third of Scotland's wildlife and half of its bird species need farmland for survival, according to the report "Forestry, Farming and the National Heritage: Towards a More Integrated Future," by Scottish Natural Heritage. Deputy environment minister Rhona Brankin said that the Scottish Executive set out proposals to implement Land Management Contracts under the new Scotland Rural Development Programme for 2007-2013 to support the wildlife and bird species' survival. The report noted that 28% of wildlife species and 58% of bird species are found on farmland.
ACCESSION #
22341957

 

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