Restore UK woodland by letting trees plant themselves, says report

Rewilding Britain charity says natural dispersal of seeds is cost-effective and boosts biodiversity

Allowing trees and woodland to regenerate through the natural dispersal of seeds should become the default way to restore Britain’s forest cover, according to a new report.

Natural regeneration brings the most benefits for biodiversity, is cost-effective and may sequester more carbon than previously thought, argues Rewilding Britain.

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