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In Derbyshire we have two Jordans Farm Partnership Farms.  Shirley Hall Farm and New House Farm ensure they manage their farms for wildlife giving over at least 10% of their land to Wildlife. They also uphold the highest farming sustainability standards through LEAF.

You can visit both Shirley Hall and New House Farms walking along their public footpaths, perfect for a stroll or seeing more of where your food comes from.  Running along the bottom of New House Farm is the Centenary Way, a 25 mile east to west walk set up by the Derbyshire Footpaths Preservation Society to link Ilkeston with Ashbourne. If you’re lucky, you might be able to see some of the farmland species such as hares, lapwings and barn owls that the farmers are helping through their habitat management commitment. Hedges, field margins, meadows, woods, rivers and ponds can all be found on farms and help to provide essential habitats for wildlife to thrive. Why not use a spotting sheetto try and spot some farmland birds?

You can also get out and about or explore your wild side by visiting your local Trust, The Derbyshire Wildlife Trust. You can find out all about the history of the local Trust and keep up to date with newsand events!