Farmer-led biodiversity plan gains broad support

November 2009
ENDS (Environmental Data Services);Nov2009, Issue 418, p36
The article reports on the joint efforts of the government of Great Britain, regulators, farming industry and wildlife campaigners to increase membership of agri-environment schemes across England. The Campaign for the Farmed Environment is intended to replace the environmental benefits of the abolished land set-aside programme. Included in the campaign is a network of demonstration farms that show best practice in environmentally friendly farming.


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