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England's farmers to be paid to rewild land
by Fiona Harvey, Environment Correspondent
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6 January 2022
On 6 January 2022 The Guardian reported:
Farmers in England will be given taxpayers' cash to rewild their land, under plans for large-scale nature recovery projects announced by the government. These will lead to vast tracts of land being newly managed to conserve species, provide habitats for wildlife, and restore health to rivers and streams. Rare fauna ... will be targeted, with the aim of improving the status of about half of the most threatened species in England.
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... Ministers also plan to offer English farmers payments for 'local nature recovery'. The smaller-scale actions taken on their farms could include planting more trees, restoring peatlands or wetlands, and leaving space for wildlife habitats.
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