Catherine Jones

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  • Annual cultivated margins
  • Arable
  • Bats
  • Dry stone walls
  • Enhancing improved grassland
  • Existing wildlife habitats
  • Farmed area
  • Field boundaries
  • Flower-rich grassland
  • Flower-rich habitats
  • Hedgehogs
  • Hedges
  • Mountain, hill and moorland
  • Permanent wildflower margins and corners
  • Rotational legume and herb-rich swards
  • Rotational legume and herb-rich swards
  • Scrub
  • Seed-rich habitats
  • Soil health
  • Sown pollinator areas
  • Trees
  • Uncategorised
  • Wet features
  • Wildflower-rich grassland creation
  • Wildflower-rich grassland restoration
  • Wildflower-rich meadows
  • Wildflower-rich pastures
  • Woodland

Cultivated margins

Cultivated Margins helping arable weeds and Turtle Doves to thrive By John Secker, Glebe Farm Cultivated margin with Common poppy, Bladder campion and White campion. Nothing is sown in these...
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How many pollinators visit your farm – and why are they important?

Brown-banded Carder Bumblebee at Sheepdrove Farm (c) Martin Harvey Catherine Jones from Farm Wildlife highlights why pollinating insects are so important for farming and wildlife on farmland, and recommends a...
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Trees and cattle combine to boost upland wildlife

A case study from Tarnhouse Farm by Ian Ryding, farmland warden Tarnhouse Farm is one of two large upland farms in the North Pennines that form RSPB Geltsdale Nature reserve....
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Restoring “ghost ponds”

Resurrected ghost pond (c) Carl Sayer Resurrecting Ghost Ponds by the UCL Pond Restoration Research Group and Norfolk Ponds Project A 'ghost pond' is an old pond lost to in-filling....
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