"Conservation Grade farming means Nature Friendly Food"

The amazing biodiversity of the British countryside has been built by countless generations of farmers.
Recently, compelling economic forces have led to increasing agricultural intensification with the result that the sustainability of farming is declining and farmland biodiversity is being lost extremely fast – with massive declines in birds, bumblebees and many other species. As around 80% of Britain is used for farming, with 35% for arable crops, it’s vital to act decisively in the food and farming sector if ecological sustainability in the UK is to be maintained.
By putting
scientifically-backed, carefully-designed and well-located habitats into modern farming we are creating the essential conditions where nature and farming can function sustainably side by side again.

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