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Social enterprises – organisations that achieve social and environmental aims primarily by trading – have an important role in a sustainable and socially inclusive economy. Forest Research studied how Hill Holt Wood in Lincolnshire has become a community woodland and social enterprise based on sustainable principles.
Forest Research’s insights came from a series of interviews with the woodland owners, staff, members of the local community and key staff from outside organisations that contract work to Hill Holt Wood.
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