Natural England’s Lower Derwent Valley National Nature Reserves Team recently climbed York Minster to colour-ring this year’s brood of four healthy peregrine falcon chicks.
Catchment Sensitive Farming (CSF) received the royal seal of approval from The Prince of Wales with water and food and supply chain companies at the Catchment Management Summit at Moreton on Marsh on the 29th of May. The event organised …
Natural England’s Catchment Sensitive Farming team and the Environment Agency are pioneering partnership working across the Defra family to educate young farmers and improve water quality for all. The Great Farm Challenge is a collaborative project, delivered by Natural England’s …
Hugh Darbishire received a Bees’ Needs Award from Lord Gardiner in November last year for work he is doing to support wild pollinators and farm wildlife on his 450 acre mixed farm. He is passionate about the wildlife that thrives …
We'll be quiet over the next few weeks while we're in the period of pre-election 'purdah'. We'll be back after the general election on June 8, so please stay tuned. You can follow us on Twitter to find out when …
This blog will be on hold while we're in the period of pre-referendum 'purdah'. We'll be back after the EU referendum on June 23.
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We’re the government’s adviser for the natural environment, helping to protect England’s nature and landscapes for people to enjoy.
This blog gives an insight into our work.
- Environment Bill amendments are welcome news for habitat and species conservation 22 October 2020
- Enhancing England’s urban green spaces 30 September 2020
- Working together for our National Parks and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty 23 September 2020
- Green shoots of recovery following devastating wild fire 18 September 2020
- Clarifying Natural England’s position on raptor persecution and recent media coverage 17 September 2020