Nature Improvement Areas report ‘real progress’

The government’s nature improvement areas (NIAs) have made “real progress” in their first year according to a report for Natural England.1

The aim of NIAs is to improve and expand existing sites, to create new ones and better connect them with wildlife corridors.

The 18 September report from Natural England documents the first year’s results since DEFRA awarded 12 NIA partnerships £7.5m to spend over three years (ENDS Report 446, p24).

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