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Farmers, foresters and land managers can now apply for a range of schemes that pay for environmental benefits
Natural England outlines proposals to extend Suffolk Coast and Heaths Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Natural England announces the notification of two Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSIs) to protect fungi in Dorset and Halesowen
The Environment Secretary has announced Tony Juniper is the preferred candidate for Chair of Natural England.
Environment Secretary Michael Gove calls on people across the country to join together to improve the natural world.
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.
Andrew Sells retires today as Chair of Natural England after five years.
The Clean Air Strategy will introduce new support for farmers to tackle air pollution caused by ammonia gas emissions.
Authorisation letters, licences, and restrictions relating to licensed actions on protected sites.
The importance of soil health for both productive farming and a healthy environment has been brought home today on World Soil Day (5 December).
James Cross is to step down as Natural England’s Chief Executive today after four years.
Environment Secretary Michael Gove has announced a £60,000 fund to develop and test pollinator habitat mapping.
The Heritage Lottery Fund have awarded £3.8 million for a project led by Natural England to save bats and protect churches
Further provisions for livestock farmers struggling to access animal feed have been introduced today with immediate effect
A new team of experts officially start today, backed with £3 million of funding to help farmers reduce ammonia emissions from agriculture.
A landmark outreach centre has officially opened today at Humberhead Peatlands NNR in Yorkshire.
The country’s first ever specialist centre in Oxfordshire will improve countryside access for wheelchair users, those with mobility needs, horse riders, cyclists and walkers.
Fall in new confirmed TB cases in Gloucestershire and Somerset demonstrates progress in delivering 25-year TB Strategy.
An increasing number of people are spending time outdoors enjoying the natural environment
A training workshop for Natural England employees and those working in upland management recently took place on the North York Moors.
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