Farmer-led nature-restoration projects win share of £12m Defra fund

Michael Holder
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More than 20 projects across England aimed at restoring nature, reducing flood risk, cutting carbon, and boosting biodiversity win support through Landscape Recovery Scheme fund

Hundreds of farmers and landowners across England are to receive a share of £12m of support for schemes aimed at restoring nature, reducing flood risk, and boosting biodiversity, after the government late...

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