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An agri-environment scheme to support protection of habitats on agricultural land is to be introduced from 1 January 2024 until the beginning of the Sustainable Farming Scheme in 2025, the Rural Affairs Minister Lesley Griffiths has announced.
Public consultations on two joint Wales and England Fisheries Management Plans (FMPs) have been published today.
The co-design response to the outline proposals of the Sustainable Farming Scheme has provided valuable feedback, Rural Affairs Minister Lesley Griffiths said today.
Rural Affairs Minister Lesley Griffiths has visited a farm in the Vale of Glamorgan which is taking action to tackle the climate and nature emergencies and benefit their business.
A £300,000 fund to provide support for food and drink festivals and events across Wales opens for applications today (Saturday, 1 July).
Rural Affairs Minister Lesley Griffiths has said she wants Wales to be viewed as the best place to practice veterinary medicine.
Senedd Members have voted in favour of the first made-in-Wales Agriculture Bill which will be key in supporting farmers and sustainable food production for generations to come.
The first-ever made-in-Wales Agriculture Bill moves to its final stage of Senedd scrutiny today (Tuesday, 27 June)
The Welsh Government is calling on all farmers in Wales to help tackle the climate emergency by planting trees as higher payment rates for woodland creation are confirmed today (Thursday, May 25).
Strengthening North Wales’ links with Ireland and North West England is vitally important to take advantage of new opportunities, First Minister Mark Drakeford will say today (Thursday 18 May).
Rural Affairs Minister Lesley Griffiths is reminding people what they can do to protect plants and trees in Wales from pests and diseases during National Plant Health Week.
The first made-in-Wales strategy to tackle wildlife and rural crime is to be launched at the Royal Welsh Showground on Thursday.