Government launches consultation to accelerate tree planting and improve woodland management

It hopes farmers, foresters, land managers, experts, environmental organisations and members of the public will give their views on the future creation and management of the nation’s trees, woodlands and forests

The government has launched a consultation to inform a new England Tree Strategy in order to accelerate tree planting and improve the management of existing trees and woodlands.

It hopes farmers, foresters, land managers, experts, environmental organisations and members of the public will give their views on the future creation and management of the nation's trees, woodlands and forests.

It will help ensure the government's commitment to increase tree planting to 30,000 hectares per year across the UK by 2025 is delivered, working closely with devolved administrations, communities and landowners to do so.

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