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'Nature can sit alongside agriculture': a Landscape Recovery project spotlight

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North Norfolk: Wilder, Wetter, Better for Nature is a first round Landscape Recovery project.

Alongside supporting sustainable food production, the project aims to create new habitats for nature, restore rivers and boost biodiversity on the Holkham Estate.

In this video, project members talk more about how their plans will work in practice.

The second round of Landscape Recovery

The second round of Landscape Recovery focuses on projects of at least 500 hectares.

This could include landscape-scale projects creating and enhancing woodland including temperate rainforest, peatland, nature reserves and protected sites such as ancient woodlands, wetlands and salt marshes.

We look forward to supporting up to 25 projects in this round there's still time to apply.

Applicant guidance can be found on GOV.UK.

The deadline is midday, 21 September.


Learn more about Atamis

On Tuesday 5 September we held a webinar to talk through  Atamis, the online portal through which Landscape Recovery applications are submitted.

Watch the webinar.

Learn more about funding for farmers

On Wednesday 6 September, we held a webinar for farmers. We talked through the Landscape Recovery offer alongside the Sustainable Farming Incentive and the Farming Equipment and Technology Fund.

Watch the webinar.

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