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22 May 2020 — News story
Chief Executive Marian Spain on how Natural England is facing the challenges posed by Coronavirus.
1 June 2020 — Press release
Defra Ministers have appointed four new non-executive members to the board of Natural England.
5 May 2020 — News story
Marian Spain has been appointed as the new chief executive of Natural England, taking the post on a permanent basis.
10 April 2020 — News story
Listen to one of nature’s most special phenomena this Easter weekend.
1 April 2020 — News story
Natural England has published nine new draft Conservation Advice packages to enable developers and operators to understand the impact of their proposed development on habitats and species in protected sites across England.
31 March 2020 — News story
New measures to improve the welfare of trapped stoats in line with internationally agreed standards.
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