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Farmers offered £7.5m to tackle water pollution
Farmers in 50 catchment areas across England can apply for grants of up to £10,000 from the Catchment Sensitive Farming Capital Grants Scheme. The grants will cover improvements to reduce diffuse pollution from farming, including constructing fencing near rivers and streams, adding water troughs and roofing manure and silage stores.

Helen Phillips, Natural England chief executive, said: “Reducing diffuse pollution at source brings significant benefits to people and wildlife downstream and means less public money has to be spent on water treatment.”

 
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