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10 June 1921 to 9 April 2021
Find out about the proposed restriction to open access land at Wellhaugh in Northumberland.
Find out about the proposed restriction to open access land at Stower Hill in Northumberland.
Framework document setting out how Forestry Commission will work with Defra in implementing forestry policy.
This strategy sets out Defra’s equality, diversity and inclusion priorities from 2020 to 2024.
Seeking views on plans to introduce new measures for felling street trees and strengthening the Forestry Commission’s power to deal with illegal tree felling.
Practical, take-home messages from research commissioned by Forestry Commission, Natural England and Woodland Trust.
This strategy sets out our existing knowledge of pests and disease threats to ash trees and their management. It also identifies research needs for the future.
This statement sets out the government’s policy towards woodlands.
This strategy sets out Defra’s equality, diversity and inclusion priorities from 2017 to 2020.
This document sets out the what you can expect from a farm visit by a regulator and what your responsibilities are.
Inviting views on proposals to change some of the ‘Official Statistics’ produced across the Defra group to optimise how we meet user needs.
How the EU's Common Agriculture Policy (CAP) is being reformed after 2013 to improve and simplify it, and reduce reliance on subsidies.
First published during the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government
Sets out the government’s approach to tree health in England.
Overview of the activity that Defra and the devolved administrations are undertaking to improve plant biosecurity.
Steps we are taking to implement the new Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) schemes which will start in 2015.
This report summarises the conclusions of the review of government’s forestry functions in England.
Policy on increasing open habitats so we have more diverse landscapes, making species better able to accommodate flexibly to a shifting climate.
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