The farmer helping save Britain's last surviving meadows

Episode 2 July 06, 2018 00:21:15
Resurgence Voices
The farmer helping save Britain's last surviving meadows

Show Notes

From EU grants to the incredible diversity of traditional hedgerows, we celebrate National Meadows Day by joining Audrey Compton on her award-winning farm in Devon.

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