Natural england launches new conservation strategy
natural england has launched a new “conservation 21” strategy, which aims to work more closely with farmers and land managers to achieve its goals.
the new document sets out what the organisation intends to do differently to make use of post-EU referendum opportunities and support dEFRA’s ambitions for the environment.
clA president Ross murray welcomed the new strategy, commenting: “Natural England’s new strategy acknowledges that the organisation needs to work differently with land managers, better integrating conservation practices with other land uses. Natural England must work with landowners for the delivery of integrated, landscape-scale measures that better support nature and landscapes. it is an ambitious vision which will require adequate support and resources from government.
“the conservation 21 strategy sets strong foundations for a more effective, flexible and tailored approach to conservation post-Brexit. ”
Natural England will work closely with farmers and land managers