The estate has had a Countryside Stewardship Agreement for over 25 years. This government scheme is designed to facilitate the improvement to farms and the environment by providing funding for farmers who undertake certain works.
The main benefits of the scheme at Bromesberrow Place are detailed below:
Wildlife and nature: restoring habitats, providing food and nesting places for birds, insects and other animals creating areas for rare flowering plants and managing hedges.
Pollinators: providing pollen and nectar sources, providing nesting places, and making sure the right resources for wild pollinators are where they are most needed.
Water/flooding: making water cleaner, reducing the risk of flooding by encouraging changes to farming practice (such as crop management), improving farm infrastructure, and creating woodland.
Woodland: funding tree health, the creation of new woodland and supporting the management of existing woodland, and developing management plans.