The purpose of this Practice Guide is to give best practice advice to owners and managers on the restoration of native woodland on ancient woodland sites which have been planted with non-native species. The emphasis of the Guide is on the potential contribution of restoration to biodiversity and the practical considerations for successful development of native woodland.
A pull-out Site assessment guide (which is included with the Practice Guide and available to download separately from this page), has been designed to assist users in rating the restoration potential of any site and rank the relative priority of a number of sites.
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