HEDGEROWS and dry stone walls are two countryside features Yorkshire people are most worried about losing.
A survey by the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) asked 400 people in the county what they most missed from the landscape.
The main concern was the fall in blooming hedges and walls.
Close behind came the drop in working farms and the loss of flowery meadows.
Ian Woodhurst, CPRE rural affairs campaigner said: "The survey demonstrates how important traditional field boundaries are to the landscapes and people of Yorkshire."
He added: "The CPRE has campaigned for many years for reform of the European Union's old Common Agricultural Policy.
"It encouraged intensive agricultural practices and over-production, which had devastating consequences for our landscapes and wildlife."