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As the sun shines and summer makes its presence felt, it would usually be a time when many flock to shows around the country and, thankfully, there is the opportunity to do just in some parts of the UK.
The pandemic has given people a greater appreciation of the landscapes farmers provide, with 71 per cent of people saying they feel fortunate to be able to access the British countryside a new survey has found.
Projects to create new woodland, deliver natural flood risk management and improve water quality are among an initial 27 schemes to benefit from a new fund to drive private investment in nature, Defra and Natural England have announced.
Gaining a louder voice and better connections and making the organisation ‘fit for the future’ have been the key achievements for outgoing British Meat Processors Association (BMPA) president Isla Roebuck