Monthly Archives: February 2014

Fair To Nature Conservation Calendar

Introducing our new #FairToNature Conservation Calendar! We hope this inspires you to find out more about the amazing nature right on your doorstep and surrounding areas. Packed with hints, tips and things to look out for each month, there’s also

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Bats – How do they use farmland habitats?

We are involved in a pioneering research project aimed at identifying how bat populations are using farmland habitats. The project, which is joint initiative between Conservation Grade (CG), the Pensthorpe Conservation Trust (PCT), the University of East Anglia (UEA) and

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New barn owl nest box for Conservation Grade

Since 2011 we have been monitoring the fledging rate of barn owls on Conservation Grade farms as part of our Barn Owl Project (www.naturefriendlyowls.org). A year ago the CG office moved to a more rural location and we have been

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Conservation Grade on BBC R4 Farming Today with Anna Hill

To all those early birds who were up with the lark this morning, did you tune in to Anna Hill on Farming Today on BBC Radio 4 at 05:45? Anna Hill spoke to Ed Bramham-Jones, Head Warden and Farm Manager at

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#FairtoNature – Seedball giveaway competition

[Update – This competition has now ended and Susan Jarrett is the lucky winner – Like us on Facebook so you don’t miss out on future competitions from Conservation Grade!] All Conservation Grade farmers are required to grow areas of

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