Jake Fiennes is the director of conservation at the Holkham Estate, one of the largest historic estates in England, covering 25,000 acres in north Norfolk. Fiennes is committed to an ambitious programme of habitat restoration and agricultural work across the estate which is helping to nature wildlife and improve crop yields to nurture its species and risen its crop yields – bringing back wetlands, hedgerows, birds, and butterflies. This week Jake is publishing his new book ‘Land Healer’, which chronicles a life of conservation lived at the edges and is a manifesto for rethinking our relationship with the natural world before it’s too late.
Join Jake Fiennes and Sarah Langford in conversation to celebrate the launch of their new books – ‘Land Healer’ by Jake Fiennes – published today (23rd June) and ‘Rooted: Stories of Life, Land and a Farming Revolution’ by Sarah Langford – published 7th July (exclusive pre-release copies available to buy at the Groundswell bookshop) Jake […]
Farming, food, and the natural environment have been pushed out of balance by inappropriate policies. Brexit was seen as a once in a lifetime opportunity to reform agricultural policies to ensure a new domestic system that recognises farming and nature as interdependent and mutually beneficial. In 2018, the Government’s health and harmony blueprint set out […]