Countryside Stewardship Services

Countryside Stewardship Services

Is your ELS or HLS scheme going to expire in the next few years? Norfolk FWAG is the ideal place to turn to for expert independent conservation advice on the new Countryside Stewardship scheme. We have over 10 years’ experience delivering successful agri-environment...
Charlie Ennals; our new Assistant Farm Adviser

Charlie Ennals; our new Assistant Farm Adviser

We are pleased to introduce Charlie Ennals; our new Assistant Farm Adviser. Since completing a BSc in Environmental Science at the University of Brighton in 2013, Charlie has been working in conservation. Her interest in agriculture and conservation developed at...

Raveningham pollinators event

Last week Norfolk FWAG, Campaign for the Farmed Environment and Oakbank Game & Conservation Ltd joined forces at the Raveningham Estate to talk pollinators with local farmers. The event focused on the pollinator hungry gap in early spring. We kicked off with an...

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 results are really important in helping to build a more...

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 and other pollinators in England, was published by the...
Pine lines and pine connections

Pine lines and pine connections

A key part of the Breaking New Ground Landscape Partnership scheme, supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund, is now underway following the publication of a guide to creating and managing pine lines in the Brecks. This element of the project is managed by Norfolk FWAG,...

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 near Oxford, seed has been collected from ash trees...