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14 October 2019 — Press release
A network of 20,000 farms are taking action to drive down water pollution and protect the environment
11 October 2019 — Corporate report
Find out how Defra is trialling a ‘payment by results’ approach to boost wildlife on land in North Yorkshire, Norfolk and Suffolk.
3 October 2019 — News story
New proposals to improve public access to the coast path in Hampshire and West Sussex
25 September 2019 — News story
Artist has produced artworks based on nature and the landscape after linking with Natural England and the Lake District National Park Authority.
18 September 2019 — News story
New 10 mile route of England Coast Path opens in Tees Valley to increase public access to the coastline
12 September 2019 — News story
Environment Secretary Theresa Villiers launches public survey as part of planned review of general licences to manage wild birds in England.
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