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Environmentally sensitive areas

by Ministry of Agriculture Fisheries and Food

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Focusing on the development of environmentally sensitive issues as introduced in the Agriculture Act 1986, this report highlights the co-existence of conservation and efficient farming methods. Background and statistical information is given on the origins, operation and monitoring of ESAs.

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