1388: New Demands; old countryside
This paper is taken from Rob Yorke’s presentation at the 100 Club of his RAC/RICS Annual Fellowship in Rural Land Management, “New Demands; old countryside” held at Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester.
Year of Publication2011
We all need to put aside our vested interests and step up to the challenge ahead to keep and reinvent the soul of the countryside. We must think about utilising all the tools in the tool box... o You can be a member of the RSPB and a gamekeeper o You can grow more food and find space for wildlife o You can use social media as a useful tool o You can plant trees other than broadleaves o You can cut emissions and save money
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