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What Notts planners said about IGas’s shale gas scheme at Tinker Lane?

Planners have recommended approval of shale gas plans at Tinker Lane in north Nottinghamshire, subject to a legal agreement and 52 conditions. 3,138 more words


Is countryside stewardship bad for wildlife?

Anybody who has had to trawl through the new countryside stewardship package, as I have this last fortnight, will know quite how much of a task it is. 874 more words


CNCV: The first practical task of the year

It seems ages since I was last out with Crewe & Nantwich Conservation Volunteers (CNCV); in fact, it was the Christmas task when I last attended a task.   166 more words

Conservation Volunteering

Making a coastal path around the English coast a reality

In this blog, originally posted on the Natural England site, our Natural Environment Director, Simon Pryor, discusses coastal access and The England Coast Path.

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National Trust

Natural England‘s Chief Scientist visited the North York Moors last week to see the ongoing work in the River Esk catchment to help save our dwindling population of Freshwater Pearl Mussels. 46 more words

North York Moors