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Crown Estates Scotland farmers to trial ‘valuing’ nature

Two estates in Moray, which are run by Crown Estate Scotland, are to take part in a pioneering project to assess the value of natural assets to help them make decisions that will protect the environment and the land that they work on. The pilot will cover the entire 23,000 hectare Glenlivet Estate, an upland tenant farm on that same estate, and a lowland arable business on the Crown Estate Scotland’s Fochabers Estate.
 
 

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