Farm Conservation (now Norfolk FWAG) have completed the work for the Broadland Catchment Partnership. Many thanks to all farmers who responded to the online survey, paper questionnaire or took part in a face-to-face or phone interview. The report analysed what farmers were going to do with the marshes following the end of the Broads ESA. We found very few people were intending to plough, with most people going for slight intensification in terms of increased fertiliser and relaxed turnout dates. This work was funded by the Broads Authority and Norfolk Biodiversity Partnership.

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