Being Fair to Nature is not a way of life that should be confined to our farmers! To really make a difference to the natural environment around us being Fair to Nature is something that everyone should fit into their daily lives.

We have put together some very easy steps that you could take to become Fair to Nature in your home, in your garden, in your life…

Breakfast

You could take our Fair to Nature Healthy Breakfast Challenge where you can have a Fair to Nature healthy breakfast for 7 days, eating only the finest foods brought to you from our Fair to Nature brands.

If you’re a keen gardener take a look at our Fair to Nature Gardening pages where you can find out how to encourage more wild birds to your garden, grow wild flowers to encourage insects and even build your own insect hotel.

For the explorers out there, we have included a page just for you!

Jordans Mill garden and Mill Store

The garden at Jordans Mill, looking towards the Mill Store

With tips on the best websites to visit where you can find the best places to explore near you. We have also included a link to the Natural England website where you can learn how to volunteer to do some conservation work in your part of the country.

Why not visit Pensthorpe Natural Park near Fakenham, Norfolk where you can see a Fair to Nature farm at work; or wander through the gardens of Jordans Mill near Biggleswade, Bedfordshire and see the ethos of Fair to Nature farming come alive in a garden setting.

 

 

Breakfast image copyright: teresaterra / 123RF Stock Photo

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