FTA welcome 'pragmatic and realistic thinking'

August 2005
Forestry & British Timber;Aug2005, Vol. 34 Issue 8, p6
Trade Publication
Reports on the response of the Forestry & Timber Association to the policy that would restore plantation on the ancient woodland sites in England. Recognition of the economic and ecological values of plantation on ancient woodland sites; Costs to be incurred in the management and development of ancient woodlands; Economic aspect of restoring and managing ancient and native woodlands.


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