We look at Natural England work with the RSPB, Butterfly Conservation and landowners to return the marsh fritillary butterfly to Oxfordshire.
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.
Following social media speculation about the licensed killing of wild birds in England, Natural England Director of Operations James Diamond gives some context to Natural England’s licensing work so that people can understand our decisions.
For World Soil Day, Natural England soils specialist Dr Matthew Shepherd demonstrates kitchen science experiments showing how to better understand our soil.
Post on net gain from Melanie Hughes – Natural England Director of Change and Reform.
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 group of agencies chaired by Natural England have joined forces to help tackle the issue of illegal hare coursing.
Humble soil has been enjoying a spot in the limelight lately. Environment Secretary Michael Gove has stressed the importance of soil fertility to protect the productivity of UK earth for farmers and growers. Last week Farming Minister George Eustice outlined …
Emily Kirkham in our Marine Team tells us about today’s momentous announcement to protect three important sites for seabirds. I work on the Natural England led project to identify a suite of marine Special Protection Areas (SPAs). Today it’s really pleasing …