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The National Inventory of Woodland and Trees for England is being published at a country, regional, and county level.
The Inventory Report for England was launched on the 21 November 2001 by Forestry Minister Elliot Morley at a Tree Council event to mark the start of National Tree Week.
The regional and county level reports will be published during 2002; please see timetable below.
|England Inventory Report||England Wallchart|
The Inventory Report for England includes a fold-out colour A1 wallchart (pictured above). Wallcharts are also available separately, free of charge. The Inventory Reports for England and the regions cost £15 each and can be ordered from Forestry Commission Publications.
Inventory Reports at county level have been published as pdf files only. To request a printed version contact: email@example.com
PDF files of the regional and county level Reports are available to download below. Please note that due to the complex mapping contained within the reports, the pdf files sizes may be quite large – on average, around 5mB.
|ninortheast.pdf||North East Region||County Reports|
|niyorkshireandthehumber.pdf||Yorkshire and the Humber Region||County Reports|
|niwestmidlands.pdf||West Midlands Region||County Reports|
|nieastmidlands.pdf||East Midlands Region||County Reports|
|nisouthwest.pdf||South West Region||County Reports|
|nieastofengland.pdf||East of England Region||County Reports|
|nisoutheast.pdf||South East Region||County Reports|
|ninorthwest.pdf||North West Region||County Reports|
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