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The Daily Telegraph, 13 January 2012
Louise Gray, The Telegraph Environment Correspondent, reports on how numbers of the beautiful Barn Owl are increasing thanks to schemes such as Conservation Grade that are putting the habitats back.
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BBC Breakfast, 13 January 2012
BBC reporter, Louise Hubble, finds out more about the CG Barn Owl Project from a CG farm in Norfolk.
Farmers Guardian, 11 January 2012
Suffolk farmer, Stephen Honeywood, talks to FG’s Dominic Kilburn about Conservation Grade farming and how it fits with his farming business.
The Daily Telegraph, 27 June 2011
Introducing the CG Barn Owl Project, which aims to highlight the difference that Conservation Grade farming can make to the biodiversity on farms.
Farm Business, 3 June 2011
Allied Mills, one of the largest millers in the UK and the latest licensee to sign up to the Conservation Grade growing protocol, has thrown its weight behind the government’s ‘sustainable intensification’ agenda by becoming a supporter of the unique farming system that boosts farmland biodiversity without compromising yields.
British Baker Magazine, 02 February 2011
Allied Bakeries annouces partnership with Conservation Grade.
Ed Bramham-Jones, warden at Pensthorpe Nature Reserve, writes about how following the Conservation Grade nature-friendly farming principles is helping the survival of the tiny harvest mouse
First News, June 2010
BBC London reporter, Sarah Harris, visited a Surrey farmer to find out how the Conservation Grade way of farming is reversing the decline in farmland wildlife
Daily Express, 02 April 2010
Environmental Scientist, April 2010
The Times, 30 July 2009
The Grocer, 27 June 2009
The Ecologist, 1 December 2009
Celebrating the International Year of Biodiversity 2010