Natural England work with the RSPB, Butterfly Conservation and landowners is helping to return the marsh fritillary butterfly to Oxfordshire Licence: Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial Liam Lysaght The marsh fritillary butterfly (Euphydryas aurinia) is thought to have become extinct in Oxfordshire around …
Nicola Johansen, Group Sustainability Manager at Redrow Homes, writes a guest blog on how the house builder is looking at how to achieve biodiversity net gains on their developments.
Post on net gain from Melanie Hughes – Natural England Director of Change & Reform.
BBC Spotlight coverage on Natural England's £3 million Catchment Sensitive Farming scheme which aims to reduce air pollution across England.
To mark the centenary of the end of the First World War, Natural England's Thames area team recently donated a sarsen stone to Ibstone Parish Council in honour of those who lost their lives in service of their country.
A Natural England led event held earlier this month, saw farmers and land managers from across Kent come together to learn more about sustainable farming practices and natural capital.
A landmark project led by Natural England, which aims to help churches that host large bat roosts, has recently been granted £3.5 million of funding by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
A new ground-breaking National Land Access Centre opened last month at Aston Rowant National Nature Reserve, will help open up access to the countryside for wheelchair users and those with mobility issues.
A new partnership project involving Natural England has been awarded a prestigious environmental prize for its work to reduce long-term flood risk.
A new outreach centre has officially been unveiled at Humberhead Peatlands National Nature Reserve in Yorkshire.