CLA Regional Surveyor Claire Wright reflects on recent rural crime meetings with the NFU and Notts Police.
CLA East Regional Surveyor Claire Wright recently attended the Nottinghamshire Rural Crime Forum and reports on some of the key points of discussion.
Lincolnshire Police Chief Inspector Jim Tyner explains how his force is tackling hare coursing.
CLA Regional Surveyor Claire Wright explains how the CLA supported its members and backed the continuation of Louth Livestock Market.
CLA Regional Surveyor Tim Woodward responds to the latest statistics on fly-tipping.
CLA Regional Adviser Katy Anderson explains how to make the most of grant funding and boost your rural business.
CLA East Regional Coordinator Caroline Fardell provides a preview of the CLA's AGM and summer visits for 2018.
CLA member Tom Martin, who sits on the Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire Committee, shares his views on the battle with black grass and the impact on harvest.
In this guest blog Giles Ellerton, BT’s Regional Partnership Director for the East of England, looks at some of the options for those struggling with slow broadband speeds.
Melinda Raker of YANA, a Norfolk-based charity offering support to farmers who may be suffering from mental health problems, writes about depression and why it must be seen as an illness and not a weakness.
Ahead of LAMMA ’18 - which will feature a Farm Safety Zone - Oliver Dale, Managing Director of Safety Revolution, takes a look at this important issue.
Farmers and landowners in the eastern region are vital to the survival of the turtle dove, explains RSPB Conservation Adviser Samantha Lee.
With CLA East calling for local authorities to be mindful of the benefits of redeveloping redundant farm buildings, Communications Manager Martin Betts looks at a member's project in Essex that's adding value to their farming business and the local economy.
CLA East Regional Surveyor Tim Woodward takes a look at major infrastructure projects in the region.
Nottinghamshire member Barney Parker, of Ashfield Farmed Environment Services, talks about how farmers in the region could well be going back to the future with green cover and catch cropping.