The Environment Agency’s National Coarse Fish Farm near Calverton in Nottinghamshire released its annual statistics showing that 2018 showing was a record year producing more than half a million fish.
Environment Agency head James Bevan warned about a Climate Change Emergency in a speech this morning.
Today Lord Gardiner visited Taylors Bulbs’ Daffodil Day event in Holbeach, Lincolnshire, which was co-hosted by the Royal Horticultural Society.
There has been coverage of our public consultation and call for evidence into Government plans to modernise and update agricultural tenancy legislation.
The Rural Payments Agency has confirmed that farmers will start receiving bridging payments from 12 April 2019.
We look at coverage of the Great British Spring Clean 2019, including of Environment Secretary Michael Gove attending a litter pick in his constituency. The Environment Agency steps up to organised waste crime challenge.
Minister Robert Goodwill, met with members of the Scottish fishing and farming industries today as part of a two-day visit to Aberdeenshire and Minister Coffey’s visit to Salisbury pub re-opening.
On today's blog we're looking at the launch of our £3million fund to help rejuvenate England’s 10,000 village halls village halls and better connect rural communities across the country.
There is coverage today in The Guardian and Sky News of Greenpeace’s new 30x30: A Blueprint for Ocean Protection study.
Local authorities awarded £3m for air quality innovations, and Finn’s Law passes third reading in the House of Lords.