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Managing ancient and native woodland in England

Lead Author: Forestry Commission (England)

Home publication Managing ancient and native woodland in England

Managing ancient and native woodland in England has been produced by Forestry Commission England as an aid to forestry and woodland managers working with ancient and native woodland. It brings together current good management practice to ensure these important woodlands are sustained for the future. Our ancient and native woodlands are one of our oldest land uses and most diverse ecosystems. They have often taken centuries to develop, and for generations they have been an essential source of timber, fuel, coppice products, venison and other sustainable products. They are a vitally important component of the English landscape and every one has it’s own long and fascinating history.

FCPG201

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Published
2010
Publication type
UKFS Practice Guide
Publication owner
Forestry Commission England