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About us

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.

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Membership

Conservation on farmland has a vital role to play in conserving Norfolk’s wildlife. By becoming a member of Norfolk FWAG you will support us in our work, making a difference in the wider countryside.

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Meet the team

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.

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Latest news

The Big Farmland Bird Count 2015 – the results!

The results of the second Big Farmland Bird Count are now in!  This year we had nearly 1,000 farmers, gamekeepers and land managers taking part, nearly double the number of participants from last year. The […]

Nature’s work experience

It’s easy to think about pollinators in midsummer when the rape is in flower and peas and beans are buzzing with bees. But where are your pollinators in early spring?

The National pollinator strategy: for bees […]

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Pine lines and pine connections

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.

This […]

Chalara ash die-back site required

Forest Research is working in close collaboration with DEFRA under a new contract called ‘Living Ash Project’ to find ash trees that may be tolerant to Chalara ash die-back.

Along with members of the Earth Trust […]

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