The chair of one of the most powerful environmental bodies in the UK visited Suffolk to find out how one farming family is reversing worrying trends in wildlife losses - while running a highly commercial growing operation.
A farmer based on the border between Norfolk and Suffolk is encouraging other growers to talk to each other and challenge his farm practices as part of a nationwide bid to help build strong, sustainable arable businesses.
Many farmers are still unaware of rules which came into force in April 2018 around protecting water - with East Anglia's large outdoor pig sector particularly vulnerable, the region's new Environment Agency boss has warned.
London Stock Exchange Group's 1,000 Companies to Inspire Britain report shows East Anglian firms are making a big contribution to the UK economy, driving growth and employment. Sarah Chambers spoke to some of the firms listed
Wellbeing remains a key concern among pub customers, with changing consumer habits including a greater demand for healthy food and drink driven by millennials, according to a Suffolk-based brewery and pubs giant.