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Restoration is possible: the hunt for Scotland's ancient wild pinewoods
by Libby Brooks, Scotland correspondent

The Guardian    Translate This Article
6 April 2024

On 6 April 2024 The Guardian reported: Trees for Life and Woodland Trust Scotland hope to revive remote pockets of forgotten forest before they vanish. ...Trees for Life and Woodland Trust Scotland have become aware of up to 50 other hitherto uncharted wild pinewoods, both from historical documents and anecdotal contemporary reports. The charities have turned tree detectives as they embark on the painstaking process of mapping -- and hopefully reviving --these remote pockets of forgotten forest before they vanish for ever. ...There are cultural clues too, such as Gaelic place names referring to pine or woodlands. Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of science, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.

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