22 January 2019 — Press release
The extension of the Poole Harbour Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) will see a further 1,800 hectares (ha) of land and sea brought within the site to help protect the entire harbour - an increase of 40 per cent.
14 January 2019 — Press release
The Clean Air Strategy will introduce new support for farmers to tackle air pollution caused by ammonia gas emissions.
5 December 2018 — Press release
The importance of soil health for both productive farming and a healthy environment has been brought home today on World Soil Day (5 December).
12 October 2018 — Press release
The Heritage Lottery Fund have awarded £3.8 million for a project led by Natural England to save bats and protect churches
26 September 2018 — Press release
Further provisions for livestock farmers struggling to access animal feed have been introduced today with immediate effect
18 September 2018 — News story
A new team of experts officially start today, backed with £3 million of funding to help farmers reduce ammonia emissions from agriculture.
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