We look at last night’s BBC 1 One Show which carried a segment on drought, chalk streams and the impact of a changing climate on our water resources.
A look into Tony Juniper's visit to farmers in Wensleydale, who have been working alongside Natural England and Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority on the Payment by Results pilot.
Government response to suggestions that fish exports to the EU grinding to a halt within 48hrs after Brexit.
Today's blog looks at actions poultry keepers can take to reduce the risk of avian flu and Italy's newly declared pest-free area (PFA).
In today's blog, we look at coverage of chalk streams in the Mail on Sunday.
Last night’s ITV News at Ten (Friday 4 October) included an item on seasonal labour.
The public is given four weeks to provide views on further marine protection measures in the UK.
There has been widespread coverage of the RSPB’s State of Nature report which paints a picture of the state of species across the UK and Lord Gardiner visits Heathrow to find out more about Border Force's work to ensure the UK remains free from African Swine Fever.
Today we're looking at coverage in the Telegraph of the first High-Level Conference on the Illegal Wildlife Trade (IWT) being held in Lima, Peru.
Today we're looking at widespread media of the flooding caused by torrential rain which has been affecting all parts of the UK this week.