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Controversial law could reshape the English landscape, and not in a good way

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Peter Gantlett was out in the fields when he heard the phone ring. It’s the second strange call his family-run organic farm in south-west England has recently received that raises the same thing: newt ponds.

Searches for great crested newts, an endangered species threatened by housing and infrastructure development, surfaced across the country last year as the government instituted programs to protect them. Environmental service providers, like the ones Peter contacted, are brokering deals to create new habitats for these creatures on private property.

https://www.independent.ie/business/farming/news/farming-news/controversial-law-could-remake-english-countryside-and-not-in-a-good-way-41800565.html Controversial law could reshape the English landscape, and not in a good way

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