Maximising biodiversity potential

Nature After Minerals is keen to show that sites restored to agriculture can integrate the needs of both priority habitats and species living on farmland. Liz Harris reports

by Liz Harris
Restoration: creating valuable high quality habitats (Image credit: andy hay [rspb-images.com])
Restoration: creating valuable high quality habitats (Image credit: andy hay [rspb-images.com])

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