Links on Orchard biodiversity

Here are some websites about Orchard biodiversity.
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Links for orchard management, protection and planning

Here are some websites of National organisations.
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Legal Protection for Orchards

Our region is losing both old traditional orchards and young commercial ones through a combination of three main factors: replacement with arable crops, redevelopment for housing or industry and neglect or abandonment.
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Grant aid for orchards

It may be possible to attract grant aid for some orchard activity.
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Orchard Fruits in the East of England

With a temperate climate arising from latitudes around 52 degrees north of the equator close to the moderating influence of the North Sea and on the drier side of England, the low-lying countryside of East of England is well placed for the cultivation of apples, pears, cherries, plums and gages.
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Biodiversity

All orchards benefit wildlife in some way, either as a food source or as a home, or both.
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