Manage stone-faced hedge banks to benefit wildlife
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Stone-faced hedge banks are traditional boundary features in some agricultural landscapes, such as in the southwest of England. Management for biodiversity involves maintaining the wall with traditional materials.
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This Action forms part of the Action Synopsis:Farmland Conservation
Farmland Conservation - Published 2013