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Category Archives: Vicki Hird
Guest Blog: Is Rebugging the Planet possible? by Vicki Hird
A guest blog today from Vicki Hird, whose new book Rebugging the Planet: The Remarkable Things that Insects (and Other Invertebrates) Do – And Why We Need to Love Them More has just been published. My new book, Rebugging the … Continue reading
Posted in bugs, guest blogs, Uncategorized, Vicki Hird Tagged bugs, farming, Guest Blog, Invertebrates, Vicki Hird 4 Comments
Farm based inspiration out of the Westminster Bubble: guest blog by Vicki Hird
Policy work these days can be stifling; keeping you stuck to a desk, locked in meetings and shuffling around Westminster. It is only a matter of time before we hear news of Brexit fatigue or even burn out. The sheer … Continue reading
Posted in Agriculture policy, Brexit, guest blogs, Vicki Hird Tagged Agriculture, Brexit, Guest Blog, Sustain, Vicki Hird 3 Comments
Why Taxpayers need a “housemate agreement with Farmers: Guest Blog by Vicki Hird.
The dreaded ‘red tape’ and interference in farm decisions under the European Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) is why many UK farmers voted ‘leave’. But I aim to justify the uncomfortable but … Continue reading
Posted in agriculture, Brexit, guest blogs, Vicki Hird Tagged Agriculture, Brexit, guest blogs, Sustain, Vicki Hird 14 Comments