Anna Hill from Radio 4 Farming Today recently interviewed Richard Evans and Lucy Hatcher from the BFWN team at Stonehouse Farm to discuss the Landscape Recovery project. Up first on the show at the link below, they explain how important land disturbance is to the unique suite of species found in the Brecks. This can be achieved in the landscape of highly productive agriculture with a network of annually cultivated field margins. They visit varied and established scrub to demonstrate a habitat neglected by agri-environment schemes but with huge benefits for biodiversity in the Brecks, including woodlark and turtle dove, and search for the elusive and endangered Annual Knawel! The episode is available to listen until 20th December.