Natural England's interim chief executive Marian Spain provides a further update on general licences
There has been a large amount of media coverage and interest in the decision to revoke the three general licences (GL 04/05/06). These cover 16 species of birds, including several members of the crow family, Canada geese, some gulls, feral …
Natural England has awarded farmers and land managers from across the West Midlands area with a prestigious Conservation Award.
Natural England interim chief executive Marian Spain explains how the organisation will support the government’s ambitious new Clean Air Strategy. I am delighted that Natural England will play a key role in supporting the government’s ambitious new Clean Air Strategy …
We look at Natural England work with the RSPB, Butterfly Conservation and landowners to return the marsh fritillary butterfly to Oxfordshire.
For World Soil Day, Natural England soils specialist Dr Matthew Shepherd demonstrates kitchen science experiments showing how to better understand our soil.
BBC Spotlight coverage on Natural England's £3 million Catchment Sensitive Farming scheme which aims to reduce air pollution across England.
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.
With the deadline for Countryside Stewardship mid-tier applications fast approaching, here are some helpful hints and tips to help you complete your application.
A major new survey of the English uplands has highlighted just how important they are for some of our most cherished and rapidly declining farmland birds. Allan Drewitt, Senior Ornithologist, describes the results of the survey and offers some advice …