The Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH) is a world-class research organisation focusing on land and freshwater ecosystems and their interaction with the atmosphere. CEH integrates UK-wide observation systems and curiosity driven research, from the smallest scale of genetic diversity to large-scale, whole-Earth systems, working across disciplines and facilitating academic, public, private and voluntary sector partnerships. CEH’s extensive, long-term monitoring, analysis and modelling deliver UK and global environmental data, providing early warnings of change and management solutions for our land and freshwaters.
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Will putting grass into your rotation solve your black-grass problem?
Is black-grass a major problem on your farm? Are you considering bringing grass back into the rotation to control severe infestations of this weed? Centre...blog
Your invitation to take part in vital research about crop rotations & climate change during Feb
We need to understand the drivers and constraints on growing crops in rotation, especially predicting the future impacts of climate change on crop rotations. What...blog
How is the pasture-fed innovative practitioners’ project going?
Naturally productive systems which support large numbers of grazing livestock have provided inspiration for Pasture for Life (PfL) certified producers to adopt pasture management practices...blog
Habitat Creation and Management for Pollinators
A fantastic guide from the CEH providing detailed information to help you manage and protect our most valuable pollinators on your farmland.resource
Rare Arable Flowers App
New mobile app to help farmers and agronomists record and conserve threatened arable wildflowers.resource
Increasing the value of hedges for wildlife with relaxed cutting regimes
An update on research by the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology that outlines the potential benefits of changing your hedgerow-cutting regime.resource
Rejuvenation of hedgerows
Results of a Centre for Ecology & Hydrology study that trialled five different methods of rejuvenating hedges, providing valuable insights.resource