Category: News

News and bulletins.

Norfolk FWAG Newsletter

The latest newsletter from FWAG Norfolk. Interesting Articles and useful information They would be pleased to hear from you if you need their help or advice details at the bas of the new letter Norfolk FWAG eNewsletter February 2023 This month:  Farm for the future, Big Farmland Bird Count, Countryside Stewardship update, EA Sustain and more…  …

By Wild Anglia February 1, 2023 Off

Forestry Commission Update

Forestry Commission Area Update: East & East Midlands, December 2022 Funding updates and news  Woods for Nature update  News, articles, and resources: New Meet the Farmers podcast featuring Chatsworth Assistant Forester. Training and events  Job opportunities    Funding information and news Local Authority Treescapes Fund (LATF) and the Urban Tree Challenge Fund (UTCF) will open…

By Wild Anglia December 13, 2022 Off

The Rivers Trust Briefing on Sewage Pollution

Parliamentary Briefing: Environment Bill Lords Amendment 45B on Sewage Pollution by The Rivers Trust, Angling Trust, Surfers Against Sewage, and Salmon & Trout Conservation This is a really good go to briefing on sewage thanks to the Rivers Trust et al link below

By Wild Anglia August 22, 2022 Off

Forestry Commission Area Update East and East Midlands

Forestry Commission Area Update: East & East Midlands, August 2022 Funding updates and news  Promotions and campaigns  Articles and resources  Training and events  Job opportunities  Funding updates and news   England Woodland Creation Offer to transition into Local Nature Recovery scheme in 2025           The Forestry Commission has announced that from 2025, the England Woodland Creation…

By Wild Anglia August 16, 2022 Off

Salthouse Heath fire and the landscape

the loss of habitat at Salthouse is another example of damage the hot dry spell has given us this year and how we must look at the way we work, and play differently in climate change. Climate change impels us to act differently to adapt to change our behaviour. What was once the norm and…

By Wild Anglia August 16, 2022 Off

New Report from Green Alliance

Land of opportunity is the name of the report see above. Restoring natural habitats on the least productive agricultural land would boost wildlife, help tackle climate change & raise farming incomes without harming food security. British farmers are facing several major challenges with rising costs, the impacts of climate change and new post-Brexit trade agreements.…

By Wild Anglia August 15, 2022 Off

Article in The Guardian

Britain’s wetlands are the key to saving us from drought, wildfires and even floods Tony Juniper By restoring these natural wet assets that were neglected for decades we can mitigate the worst effects of climate change Fri 12 Aug 2022 07.00 BST Fresh water is the lifeblood of civilisation. It makes life on land possible.…

By Wild Anglia August 12, 2022 Off

Fantastic Opportunity

Queens Jubilee Community Miyawaki Forest Project Have you seen our Miyawaki Forests and wanted to plant one in your local area? As part of the Queens Jubilee celebrations, we would like to support the creation of more of these fantastic fast growing ecosystems across the district. We are looking for community groups to partner with…

By Wild Anglia August 2, 2022 Off

RSPB Levelling up Blog

This is a really good summary by Carl Bunnage of the RSPB, more on their website 20 Jul 2022 RSPB Senior Policy Officer, Carl Bunnage, reflects on the Government’s new Levelling Up and Regeneration Bill, and whether it will really do what it says on the tin.   Prior to Boris Johnson’s resignation, the UK…

By Wild Anglia July 27, 2022 Off

Precious Water

this is the latest briefing from Environment Agency outlining the current water situation hope you find it useful Prolonged Dry Weather in East Anglia Area.15 July 2022Purpose of this briefingEast Anglia is experiencing a period of Prolonged Dry Weather. The purpose of thisbriefing is to explain where is affected, to outline what this means for…

By Wild Anglia July 20, 2022 Off