No trade deal post-Brexit, climate report, forest management, slurry spreading restrictions in Scotland
The Transport Secretary, Chris Grayling, has stirred up the agricultural community by saying if the UK left the European Union with no trade deal and the cost of food were to rise, to compensate UK farmers would "grow more here, and buy more from around the world".
A new report just published claims that changing farming practices across the world could produce the same benefits as stopping burning oil.
We visit two forests in Sussex, established after the Great Storm of 1987, to see how the impact of managing the trees has affected the woodlands and the landscape.
Scottish farmers have been granted a waiver to slurry spreading rules from the Scottish Government.
Presented by Anna Hill and produced by Beatrice Fenton.