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Save 20 percent …of Nature!

Research conducted by the University of Reading (and partly funded by Conservation Grade) published today in the Journal of Applied Ecology found that Fair to Nature farms support 20 percent more plant and butterfly species than conventionally managed farms. However organic farms

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Managing our wildflower area at Conservation Grade HQ

Back in September 2013 we were excited to be finally sowing our new wildflower area at our office in Cambridgeshire. The 250 metre long strip borders an arable field right outside our office window and is made up of three

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Encouraging a wildflower habitat at the CG office

This week we have sown a wildflower seed mix in a wide strip adjacent to the driveway to the Conservation Grade office. The seed was dribbled on to a fine, weed free seedbed and all it needs now is some

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