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A boost for Fair to Nature farming

The RSPB has announced the beginning of a new three year partnership with Conservation Grade, which will allow the two organisations to work together on behalf of wildlife. Conservation Grade is the accreditation body behind the Fair to Nature scheme.

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More pollinating insects on Fair to Nature farms

New research has confirmed that Fair to Nature farms support significantly more pollinating insects than conventional farms. During summer 2015 Sophie Potter, working at the University of East Anglia, observed hoverflies on 10 Fair to Nature farms across East Anglia and counted

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Competition Time with PamPurredPets & Fair to Nature

Our Species of the Month is the Hazel Dormouse and to fit with the small mammal theme, pet care retailers PamPurredPets are offering a superb prize for any pet rabbits out there. But first, here’s a bit about them and why they

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Fair to Nature Brands – RSPB bird food

The RSPB is the UK’s biggest nature conservation charity. They focus on conserving the UK’s wildlife and restoring and protecting its natural habitats, through active conservation work, scientific research, education and advise. But their work isn’t just limited to the

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Featured Fair to Nature Brand – Norfolk Quail

Our featured Fair to Nature licensee for June is Norfolk Quail, a family-run firm producing ‘free to fly’ quail on their Norfolk farm and supplying restaurants and butchers counters across the UK. Quail is often referred to as ‘the lobster

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Simon’s Blog: Producing salt just like the Romans!

This week I have given the blog over to my friends Adrian and Antonio who run Marisma21, a recent addition to the Fair to Nature family and a new commodity for us in the form of salt. With dieticians telling

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