Monthly Archives: August 2014

Simon’s Blog: Birdfair, Leaves and Waders

It barely seems like a few days ago but indeed it is over a week since I attended the Birdfair and we presented our Fair to Nature farmer of the year at our special breakfast event. Attended by lots of

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Plants are important too!

How often do you consider plants when you think about nature conservation? Endearing little mammals like hedgehogs or dormice, or perhaps the hairy bumblebee are probably the first things that spring to mind, but with the intensification of farming, many

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Graham Birch is Fair to Nature Farmer of the Year 2014!

A very well done to Graham Birch, who is Fair to Nature Farmer of the Year 2014! Graham, who farms in Dorset with his farm manager Scott Bagwell, was presented with the award by TV ecologlist, Mike Dilger, at our

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Simon’s Blog: Breakfast and shelter

It’s nearly a year already and I can’t wait! It’s been described as the Glastonbury for birders and nature enthusiasts and it is a great opportunity to see all our Fair to Nature conservation friends in one place. I am

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