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North Yorkshire Spruce

North Yorkshire Spruce

Conversion of Spruce plantations to mixed woodland for biodiversity and timber

In this innovative project in North Yorkshire the owners are converting a spruce plantation to a diverse mix of tree species to build in resilience against climate change, help protect against pests and diseases and improve the woodland for local wildlife.

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