Volunteers on a wildlife project that maps the plants and animals of the North
Pennines are being called on to become native species security guards by reporting
Farmers, school pupils, councillors and conservation
groups met up in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National
Park at the weekend to see the launch of a new plan to look
after the fragile landscape and support the communities within
Global warming is an issue which often makes the news headlines. But few farmers
realise that in Northern Ireland, agriculture contributes approximately 22% of
all greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
A meadow in every county to mark 60 years since The Queen’s
Specialist information on the flora and fauna found in the Yorkshire Dales National
Park is now available on a new website.
The British Beekeepers Association is calling on the nation
to Adopt A Beehive this Father’s Day and help support Britain’s
struggling honey bees.
Between eighty and a hundred thousand people from across the country will see
for themselves the vital contribution British farmers are making to nature conservation.
If you are thinking of felling any Larch this summer you need to apply for your
Larch-felling license now.