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Northern Forest: Plan to plant 'ribbon of woodland' across England
by Roger Harrabin, BBC environment analyst
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7 January 2018
On 7 January 2018 BBC News reported:
Plans to create a new Northern Forest stretching from Liverpool to Hull have been kick-started by the government. It is providing 5.7m [British Pounds] to increase tree cover along a belt spanning Manchester, Leeds, and Bradford. ...The emphasis of the project will be to increase tree cover around major conurbations to 20 per cent. There will also be a focus on river valleys, where there are benefits for flood prevention and soil loss -- as well as wildlife.
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