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HS2 Woodland Fund reopens to support woodland creation and restoration projects along the HS2 Phase One route.
The Environment Agency is encouraging the local community to attend community events to give their views.
Projects include genetic research to reduce methane emissions from cows and the use of drones to monitor animals.
Actions to restore the River Wye discussed at roundtable meeting.
Environment Secretary asks producers to address concerns over 'flushable' labelling of wet wipes
Find out about the latest bird flu situation in England and guidance for bird keepers and the public.
UK signs Ministerial Statement calling for an ambitious global plastic pollution treaty to tackle plastic pollution and protect the marine environment.
A £40 million grant programme launched to help projects around the world put the power of biodiversity at the forefront of our fight against climate change and poverty.
Upland farmers will benefit from improved access to the government’s farming schemes.
Animal welfare to be enhanced with launch of the Animal Sentience Committee and consultation on penalty notices
An update on the government’s progress on animal welfare.
Environment Agency Chief Executive John Curtin chaired the latest National Drought Group meeting on 24 May.
New legislation comes into force to allow movement of large oak trees within operational zones and boundaries in place to help manage Oak Processionary Moth.
Plans are announced in response to independent Rock Review to support tenant farmers at the heart of the rural economy.
Code will protect animals and habitats and help people enjoy England's coast responsibly.
Hippopotamus, walrus, narwhal, killer whale and sperm whale set to be protected under Ivory Act extension
Grant will boost England’s tree seed production
Plans to strip out retained EU red tape to give our wine industry the freedom to flourish
Natural England has appointed new chairs for two of its committees.
Farmers and landowners will receive funding and support for projects to protect and restore thousands of acres of the English landscape.
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