A recent article in the Guardian (20 June) wrongly claims that the Defra Guidance to the Farming Rules for Water would have allowed farmers to spread manures and slurry on land in a way that would overload it with nutrients …
The Environment Secretary took part in a virtual G7 meeting on global food security today
We look at the recent coverage of our new ‘Put Down Roots’ woodland creation campaign.
There has been widespread coverage in the Independent, Express, Evening Standard, City AM, the Scotsman, Press and Journal, as well as others, of our announcement that exports of British lamb to the US market can resume from next year after …
In today's blog we look at the movement of agri-goods between Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Following Environment Secretary Michael Gove’s visit to the Oxford Farming Conference, there has been widespread coverage of his keynote speech.
On today's blog, we publish our response to a high court ruling on our air quality plans and there's further coverage of the NFU conference.
On today's blog we take a look at some of the highlights and key announcements from the Oxford Farming Conference
On the blog today, we look at water rules for farming, marine litter and simplified Countryside Stewardship.
On the blog today we look at a flood preparedness exercise today in Stratford-upon-Avon, the future of agriculture and fisheries policy post Brexit, and a legal challenge to the UK plan to tackle roadside nitrogen dioxide emissions.