Upland Farming and Wildlife
Section 8 of the FWAG Farm Conservation Guide for farmers and land managers - on upland farm management and the enhancement of wildlife.
Year of Publication2009
Information on man's influence on the uplands and its habitats and the biodiversity of land classified as semi-natural or natural vegetation ranging from montane vegetation through heather moorland and blanket bog through to hay meadows and improved pastures. factors such as pollution, climate change and public access are also considered.This is a chapter from a comprehensive practical conservation guide produced by FWAG. The complete guide (printed and bound) may be purchased by contacting FWAG.
This item is categorised as follows
- Subject Collection > Environmental impact
- Subject Collection > Environmental impact > Landscape
- Subject Collection > Environmental impact > Wildlife & biodiversity
- Subject Collection > Environmental impact > Managing land for environmental benefit
Additional keywords/tagsrock habitatsrecreationnative woodlandnational parksless favoured areashill farmingconiferous woodlandfwag farm conservation guidecampaign for the farmed environmentbrackenareas of outstanding natural beautyaonbgorse
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