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Welcome to this group for all farmers and anyone with an interest in farming. Read our blog to see how we're working with farmers and to find out where you can meet us at events.
Rob Yorke @blackgull
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Landowners and conservationists unite - new Turtle Dove Friendly Zone is the first of its kind in Essex
6 days ago
RSPB Press Release A new landscape scale conservation initiative is bringing together farmers, landowners, businesses, communities and conservation organisations near Maldon, to help one of Britain’s fastest declining birds, the turtle dove....
Share your views on technical farming events
8 days ago
If you're involved in agriculture, we'd be very interested to hear about the technical farming events you attend during the course of the year, and what appeals to you about them. If you have a couple of minutes to spare, you can complete our...
Going with the grain for farmland birds
9 days ago
Meadow pipits and redwings were trickling steadily overhead, fieldfares called ‘chak chak’ in the distance and reed buntings ducked deep into wild bird seed mixes. I stood in an open field – one of a group of figures each wrapped up...
Tree sparrow success
13 days ago
Farmer Nicholas Watts has been providing habitat for wildlife on his farm in Lincolnshire for many years. This year, his continuing efforts were rewarded when over a thousand tree sparrows were fledged, and ringed, on his farm. Read more about how...
Update - Upland Farming Conference Wales
16 days ago
A conference organised by RSPB Cymru, Bangor University and Cynidr Consulting was held in Llanrwst on 15th March 2017 to discuss the future of upland farming in Wales. The first of its kind, the conference saw over 150 delegates, including farmers, their...
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