North Applecross Woodland Project :: Shared Description
The North Applecross Woodland Project is a community-led reforestation project, with the aim of restoring native tree cover similar to the ancient Caledonian Forest which once dominated this area. Evidence of the ancient species can be found preserved in the many bogs; new planting reflects this evidence, with Downy Birch, Rowan, Common Alder, Hazel, Grey Willow and Scots Pine being planted.
Almost 1500 hectares have been established, spread across nine separate plots between the sea and the mountains. The project was created and is managed by the coastal crofting townships, the Applecross Trust, owners and managers of the Estate.
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Created: Mon, 28 Feb 2011, Updated: Tue, 22 Mar 2011
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