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Farming & Wildlife Advisory Group (FWAG)


Contact details:

Email: hello@fwag.org.uk
Web:  http://www.fwag.org.uk

Cumbria Farm Environment Partnership

Tel: 01768 892622
Email: hello@cumbriafep.co.uk
Website: www.cumbriafep.co.uk

Farm Conservation Ltd. (Norfolk)

Tel: 01603 814869
Email: henry@farmconservation.co.uk
Website: www.farmconservation.co.uk

FWAG South East

Tel: 01233 813186/ 0771 3333 160
Email: paul.cobb@fwagadvice.co.uk
Website: www.fwagadvice.co.uk

FWAG East (Cambs, Herts Essex & Beds)

Tel: 01223 841507
Email: hello@fwageast.org.uk
Website: www.fwageast.org.uk

FWAG South West (including Herefordshire)

Tel: 01823 355 427
Email: admin@fwagsw.org.uk
Website: www.fwagsw.org.uk

Nottinghamshire Farming & Wildlife

Tel: 01777 817807
Email: lesley.sharpe@nottsfarmingandwildlife.org
Website: www.nottsfarmingandwildlife.org

Suffolk FWAG

Tel: 01728 748030
Email: tim.schofield@suffolkfwag.co.uk
Website: www.suffolkfwag.co.uk

The Farming and Wildlife Advisory Group seek to stimulate the management of an attractive, living countryside, by encouraging the integration of sustainable farming with the conservation of wildlife habitats and landscapes, in ways which are beneficial to all. FWAG aim to offer advice to farmers which will be consistent, whole farm orientated, balancing environment and economics, reduce the impact of farming operations, and identify environmental potential on all farms.

FWAG advisers give guidance on conservation practices which benefit wildlife and their habitats without compromising productivity or economic performance. They also provide up-to-date information on technical developments relating to farm operations including the applications of agricultural chemicals, waste management and pollution control. FWAG advocate the whole farm approach. Through its Landwise initiative the FWAG adviser undertakes a detailed analysis of the wildlife and habitat assets of the total farm environment. The farmer receives a detailed report with recommendations for short and long term management. FWAG can also develop site specific Biodiversity Action Plans.

After the charity went into administration in 2011, the FWAG Association was founded to represent those local Farming & Wildlife Advisory Groups which continued to exist.

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