Celebrating the Tradition of Managing Trees in the Forest of Dean

Guest, Rob
March 2009
International Oaks;Spring2009, Issue 20, p43
Academic Journal
The article offers a historical account and the management of the Forest of Dean in Gloucestershire, England. It offers a historical account on the passing of the Dean Forest (Timber) Act 1808 which celebrated its 200th anniversary. Moreover, it notes that the passing of the Act in 1808 has left a legacy in the oak forests in the area.


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