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More than 100,000 trees to be planted in Devon to boost Celtic rainforest
by Steven Morris
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1 February 2024
On 1 February 2024 The Guardian reported:
The National Trust says it hopes to establish 50 hectares (123 acres) of new rainforest across across three sites close to surviving pockets of rainforest. More than 100,000 trees are being planted in north Devon as part of efforts to boost temperate or Celtic rainforests, some of the UK's most magical but endangered environments. The trees are being planted close to surviving pockets of rainforest at two spots close to the coast and one inland.
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...Over the centuries, the temperate rainforest, which used to run the length of the western seaboard of the UK, has deteriorated largely due to air pollution, invasive species, diseases such as ash dieback, and general lack of care.
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