Sunday, 19 May 2019

Woods for the Trees or Trees for the Woods?

It is somewhat encouraging that grants are reportedly to be made available for planting and 3 years of care for an estimated 130,000 trees around English towns and cities ( This is apparently an attempt to mitigate against global warming but the species used, their locations and the longer term issues surrounding the develop all seem a bit vague. Some trees are clearly better than others for such developments.

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