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Looking after your own woodland – a big responsibility? ~ by WoodlandsTV

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What is your aim at woodlands.co.uk?

Isn't it a shame to split up large woodlands?

Is looking after a wood a big responsibility?

Posted in: Woodland Management ~ On: 19 August, 2008

1 Comment so far

AHandful OfSeeds
February 13, 2014

Hopefully 3 years on from your stupid comment you have realised that this land was originally woodland, not grassland and defiantly not farmland! It's not 'robbing the community of farmland' it's simply turning a wasted area of low biodiversity which is probably infertile and has never been farmed on into an area of rich biodiversity! This country was all woodland untill people cut it down and I bet your one of these people who feel strongly about protecting the rainforests but haven't a clue about how rich are own woods are. As a nation were always pressuring LEDC's and NIC's to protect their natural landscapes but how can we do that when we don't lead by example by protecting our country's own biodiversity in planting woodlands like the one in your local area? I hope the new woodland in your area lives a long standing and prosperous life and that many more sprout up around your home. Please do some research before trying to combat this reply or I will simply have to put you back into your place. Kind regards! LouiseAndBaba

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