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Farmland bird conservation explained

Read our simple guide and find out how you can help give nature a home on your farm.

Proof that wildlife-friendly farming works

The recovery of stone-curlews, corncrakes and cirl buntings have all arisen from positive land management by farmers using set-aside and agri-environment schemes. More...

Proof that wildlife-friendly farming works

How to help birds on your farm: the Big 3

Read more about how you can help farmland birds stage a comeback on your farm, no matter what habitats you have. More...

How to help birds on your farm: the Big 3

The Farmland Bird Package for English arable and mixed farmers

This is the minimum package that arable and mixed farmers could use in Entry Level Stewardship (ELS) which evidence suggests should reverse the decline of farmland birds. More...

The Farmland Bird Package for English arable and mixed farmers

Campaign for the Farmed Environment

The Campaign for the Farmed Environment is the industry-led voluntary approach to replace the environmental benefits of set-aside. It was launched on 5 November 2009 at the farm of the NFU president, Peter Kendall. More...

Campaign for the Farmed Environment