Differing weather patterns are changing the shape of our agricultural landscape. As the climate becomes more volatile, the way in which the sector manages, and plans, becomes more complex and water is an essential ingredient within that mix.
Urban vegetable towers, cows in nappies and robots as a regular feature in our rural fields – these were just some of an eclectic mix of ideas and visions of Lincolnshire and East Yorkshire’s faming future.
After two months, during which time more than 4,000 comments were received, Defra has today issued three new pest control licences – allowing the shooting of species deemed to be a real hazard to rural life.
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