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Rebuilding farmland biodiversity through Fair To Nature farming…

At Conservation Grade we are rebuilding the world’s wildlife through nature friendly production methods. In the UK alone we have lost 97% of wildflower meadows. It’s critical that we demand products that are ethical, sustainable and Fair to Nature!

We do this by accrediting brands that use ‘Fair to Nature’ farming practices to boost biodiversity. Accredited farms create specific wildlife habitats on at least 10% of their land and follow our unique sustainability protocol.

Leading brands like Allinson Flour, Steve’s Leaves, and the RSPB are already supporting farmers who adopt this way of farming.

Join our Fair to Nature movement to reverse the decline in wildlife and help us convert more brands to the cause by choosing products that are Fair to Nature.

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Featured Fair to Nature Brand

This month's featured Fair to Nature brand is ChapelWood Wildlife Care. ChapelWood have over 15 years of experience in supplying wild bird food, bird feeders, nest boxes, squirrel and hedgehog food - in fact everything the wildlife in your garden desires! The ChapelWood bird, hedgehog and squirrel food range contains seeds and grains from Fair to Nature farms where possible.

Click here to find out more ChapelWood's Fair to Nature credentials.

Supporting Operation Turtle Dove

Operation Turtle Dove is a project designed to reverse the dramatic decline in the European Turtle Dove (Streptopelia turtur). Along with our partners - the RSPB, Pensthorpe Conservation Trust and Natural England - we are trying to address the various issues effecting this iconic bird, such as loss of habitat, hunting and disease.

Visit www.operationturtledove.org to find out how you too can help!


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