Planting Trees To Recreate Ancient Woodlands

Planting Trees To Recreate Ancient Woodlands
Innovation
Dan Gould
  • 28 july 2008

The Woodland Trust is taking on an ambitious reforestation project in the UK. The organization plans to plant 600,000 trees on an 800 acre site near St Albans in Hertfordshire county (about 22 miles North of London). This would be the largest continuous native forest ever found in the country.

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