Conservation and habitat creation have been core policies at Law Farming for the past 30 years.
We have planted more than 30 km of hedges and allocated areas for wild bird food, wildflower and grass margins. We have built ponds and beetle banks. We have left fields fallow and undersown spring cereals and stubbles overwintered for ground-nesting birds.
Parkland, hedges and ditches have been maintained and archaeological features fenced off.
Since 1997 our arable and grassland has been in government schemes administered by Natural England.