In today's blog we look at widespread coverage of the Forestry Commission's England Woodland Creation Offer, which provides greater financial incentives for landowners and farmers to plant and manage trees.
In today's blog we look at media coverage of grey squirrel contraceptive projects and how the Roslin Institute's gene drive research is separate from Defra's support to the United Kingdom Squirrel Accord.
Today we look at coverage in the Independent online of a joint article authored by Natural England chair Tony Juniper, Environment Agency chair Emma Howard Boyd, and Forestry Commission chair Sir William Worsley.
On Saturday 14 March, newly appointed Forestry Commission Chair Sir William Worsley gave his first interview in the post with the Times.
Coverage of our latest future fisheries announcement and information on a tree pest outbreak in Kent.
In today's blog, we look at the boom in UK food and drink exports, Farming Today's forestry week, lobster welfare, the Royal Household's plans to tackle plastic, and air pollution from woodburning stoves.
On today's blog we look at the Woodland Creation Fund which is now open for applications, explain the next stage of the Discard Ban and welcome the 30,000 responses to our consultation on banning ivory sales.
On the blog today we address media stories on tree planting rates, a new survey showing support for deposit return schemes to address plastic waste, and bovine TB testing.
Environment Secretary meets the next generation of farmers Yesterday the Environment Secretary met with members of the National Farmers Union’s Next Generation Forum to discuss their hopes and aspirations for agriculture outside the EU. Following the meeting, forum chairman, Richard …