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|A beacon of brilliance20 years of Hope FarmWhat’s changed?|
| Shining a light on better farming for people and nature|
This week join us in celebrating the transformation of an average working farm into a thriving showcase for nature-friendly farming.
Back in 2000, thanks to the help of you, our supporters, we bought Hope Farm, an arable farm in Cambridgeshire. We wanted to show that it was possible to run a productive, profitable farm that was also a place where birds and other wildlife could thrive.
For twenty years we’ve been working with farmers and others to find sustainable ways to produce food. And we’re delighted to say it’s working! Join Farm Manager Georgina Bray as she reveals a dramatic increase in wildlife and looks at why RSPB Hope Farm truly is a beacon of hope for nature.The inside story
|Taste the magicEnjoy a piece of Hope Farm’s success with extra-virgin rapeseed oil produced exclusively from rapeseed grown on the farm.Yes please! A royal rescueDiscover how Jayne Kirkby nursed a stunned kingfisher back to health and captured possibly one of the cutest kingfisher pics of all time!Let me see|
|Love Minsmere Live!Join Chris Packham and Megan McCubbin for a look at RSPB Minsmere’s magical wildlife and find out why it’s threatened by a new nuclear power station.Free online event|
|An upland struggleExpert gardener Monty Don hit the headlines recently after urging gardeners to stop using peat. We look at why peat is so precious and the vital role of peatlands in the fight against climate change.The power of peatlands|
|Notes on Nature TVThis week meet some wonderful winter moths and discover why you should put that rake down and leave your leaves for nature. Plus enjoy some of the best pictures and videos from #BreakfastBirdwatchWatch now|
|Share nature’s joyMake their spirits bright all year round by giving RSPB membership this Christmas. Includes free gift and award-winning magazine to help your loved ones discover the nature on their doorstep and beyond.Give the gift of nature|
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