1,000-Year-Old Oaks Used to Create ‘Super Forest’

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Takeaways:

  • Scientists have designed an experimental forest in England in order to work out the best formula to achieve tree planting targets.
  • The Blenheim Estate has received a government grant to plant 270,000 trees in the nine new woodlands covering 1sq km (0.4 miles).
  • The benefits these news forests will have is reducing flood risk, provide habitats for birds and pollinators, and they will be resistant to pests and diseases.

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