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Not so creepy crawlies!

Spiders, spiders everywhere! You can’t escape spiders in September! They seem to be everywhere. That’s because the mature male spiders come out of their hiding places in search of a mate at this time of year. The females sit still

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Simon’s Blog: Bring in the new

Have you noticed something different recently? Days are longer certainly, but anything else? I have and it is rather magnificent! A promise of return has been fulfilled and our glorious summer migrants are arriving on mass, you may have noticed

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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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A boost for biodiversity farming

The Conservation Grade farming scheme is featured in the Summer 2013 edition of the Norfolk Wildlife Trust member magazine ‘Tern’. Conservation Grade’s Tim Nevard outlines the numerous biodiversity benefits of the scheme. You can read the full article¬†here and you

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