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Monthly Archives: September 2016
Time to Put Chemical Farming Indoors by Chris Rose
I’m republishing this (with permission) from Chris Rose’s Three Worlds blog. Time to put Chemical Farming Indoors A current side-effect of the prospect of Brexit is that Britain’s* green, countryside and wildlife groups are in an unusual fever of … Continue reading
Posted in agriculture, Brexit, Uncategorized Tagged Agriculture, Brexit, chris rose 5 Comments
Rampisham Down Saved?
There has been some good news about Rampisham Down and its future. The developers British Solar Renewables have resubmitted their proposals to develop a smaller (but still highly profitable) solar farm on arable land adjacent to the SSSI, so that … Continue reading
Posted in Rampisham Down, renewable energy, Solar Farms Tagged British Solar Renewables, Rampisham Down, Solar Farms 5 Comments
The Nature of our State
I was looking forward to attending the State of Nature launch, but decided in the end to stay at home at get on with some writing that is now becoming urgent. But despite my noble intentions, I became swept up … Continue reading
Posted in agriculture, NFU, RSPB, State of Nature, Uncategorized Tagged back british farming, NFU, RSPB, State of Nature 26 Comments
‘Look but don’t pick’ – Wild Mushrooms and the Forestry Commission; Guest blog by Peter Marren
I am delighted to publish this guest post from Peter Marren, conservationist, author and fungi expert. The Forestry Commission has decided to ban the picking of wild fungi in the New Forest. A press release to that effect was … Continue reading
Posted in Forestry Commission, guest blogs, Peter Marren, wild food Tagged Forestry Commission, fungi collecting, New Forest, Peter Marren 42 Comments