Co-operating to lift biodiversity

February 2008
Farmers Weekly;2/15/2008, p30
Trade Publication
The article reports on a statement by the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds that agri-environment schemes remain the key to combining high-output arable agriculture with restoring farmland bird numbers. RSPB director of conservation Mark Avery called on farmers to continue their positive attitude and said to reverse the decline in farmland bird numbers, further development of low or no-cost environmental techniques in intensive farming systems was essential.


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