Green farming in UK: Wild farm lets livestock roam free

Some environmentalists say the earth may only have 60 years left before the soil is damaged beyond repair.

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    Pesticides and intensive farming often harm the environment.

    But a farm in southern England is taking a different approach. They call it “wilding”, effectively leaving the land to grow and livestock to roam free.

    Al Jazeera's Laurence Lee reports from Sussex.


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