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Book Review: A Tale of Trees, The battle to save Britain’s Ancient Woodlands

Derek Niemann, the author, has spent 25 years working for the RSPB so is well qualified to describe the extraordinary change in attitude to our woodlands since the 1970’s. This is the first book I have read which tries to explain how and why within a 50 year period almost 50% of our ancient woodlands

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How long does it take to become a proper woodland?

I was often asked something like this when I started undertaking new tree planting schemes.  There is of course no right or wrong answer, but there are a few guidelines: **  Five years of careful weeding may be needed when trees are first planted.  (And they will have had two or three years in the

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