Report: Just £10m needed to better safeguard England's farming, food, and soils

Michael Holder
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Analysis by WWF, Rivers Trust and Angling Trust argues small increase in funding for enforcement and guidance would deliver 'huge benefits' for farming sector

Redirecting just £10m from farming subsidies each year could help ensure England maintains a productive agricultural sector by the end of the century and reverse declining river health, analysis launched...

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