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Newt Scheme Extended

A scheme to protect great created newts by using payments from developers to fund the creation of optimum habitat in key locations has been extended by Natural England. FWAG East is delighted to be delivery partner for the scheme in Essex. Great crested newts have seen dramatic declines in their populations over the last 60 years despite being protected under …

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General Data Protection Regulations (May 2018)

This month, to comply with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (effective from 25th May 2018), we have updated our Privacy …

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Robert Law

Herts farmer a ‘true advocate for wildlife’

Congratulations to Hertfordshire farmer Robert Law for winning the FWAG East Farm Conservation Award 2016. Robert had some stiff competition …

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Corn Bunting

Make the 2017 Big Farmland Bird Count Even Bigger!

The fourth annual Big Farmland Bird Count takes place between Friday 3rd February and Sunday 12th February 2017. It’s a …

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Waterlogged Field

Free ‘Water on the Farm’ Events

Protecting watercourses, managing soil, the importance of earthworms and chemicals in water are just some of the issues covered in …

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Is wildlife thriving on YOUR farm?

Do you know what wildlife is making your farm their home? How has your ELS or HLS benefited the local flora and …

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Young Woodland

FWAG and LEAF Marque: A Case Study

LEAF (Linking Environment and Farming) exists to promote sustainable agriculture, food and farming, helping farmers to produce good food to …

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Bat hibernacula

WW2 Defences protecting our bats and our country!

FWAG East recently took up the unusual task of redesigning a disused World War II pillbox for conversion to a …

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Support available for farmers in the River Beane Catchment!

FWAG East is working with Thames Water on a new partnership initiative, the River Beane Catchment Project, in Hertfordshire. The …

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The FWAG East CabGuide is here!

Ever find yourself out in the field trying to remember what a particular option is and what the management and …

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Bird Count JM Small

The results are in from the third Big Farmland Bird Count

This February saw a flock of farmers, gamekeepers and land managers join together to count their farmland birds. With nearly …

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