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Rewilding: 500,000 acres of the Scottish Highlands to be transformed
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29 September 2021
On 29 September 2021 BBC reported:
Half-a-million acres of the Scottish Highlands are set to be transformed, by letting nature take over. The area has been selected for rewilding, a process that allows land and oceans to return to a more natural -- or wilder -- state. The huge Affric Highlands initiative is being run by the charity Trees for Life, along with 20 landowners and six organisations. Work has also begun to involve local communities in the project, which is due to begin in 2023.
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