Bees' Needs Week 2019 launched in Carnaby Street yesterday, and the second round of funding for the popular Countryside Productivity Small Grants scheme has been announced
A look into Fisheries Minister Robert Goodwill's visit to Grimsby to meet with some of the people and businesses putting the town at the heart of the UK's fish processing sector.
A look into Environment Minister Thérèse Coffey's visit to Langer Primary Academy in Suffolk to attend the Bin it! Roadshow.
A look into today's national coverage of a new air quality report by King’s College London.
Yesterday, the Telegraph carried a story on the Ivory Act and the potential for unintended consequences for hippos. We are currently consulting on extending our already world-leading ban to include other species, including hippos.
A look into Lord Gardiner visit to Kent last week to see affordable rural homes currently under construction.
Today Lord Gardiner visited the Kent County Show to see the best of rural and farming life in the ‘Garden of England’.
Yesterday, Fisheries Minister, Robert Goodwill visited the Northern Irish ports of Kilkeel and Ardglass, while the new Year of Green Action Garden was unveiled at the Hampton Court Garden Festival.
In today's blog we look at coverage on the issue of trophy hunting, specifically claiming South African safari operators which allow the hunting and shooting of captive-bred lions are targeting UK tourists.
This afternoon's blog looks at the government announcing the first 31 projects to benefit from the Transforming Food Production Challenge fund.