Norfolk FWAG is a not-for-profit organisation which gained charitable status in 2012. Formerly known as Farm Conservation, it is led by a voluntary steering group of farmers and statutory organisations.
The Norfolk FWAG advisers jointly have over 35 years experience of working in the farmed environment in Norfolk and have accumulated an in-depth knowledge of farming systems and the natural environment.
A key part of the Breaking New Ground Landscape Partnership scheme for the Norfolk and Suffolk Brecks is now underway following the publication of a guide to creating and managing pine lines in the Brecks.
Norfolk FWAG are pleased to be working with Barcham Trees to deliver the pine lines component of Breaking New Ground. (BNG). BNG is a Heritage Lottery funded project to improve the landscape of the Brecks. […]