Community forests fill social gap left by "less accessible" protected landscapes

A community forest says it can demonstrate the improvement it has brought in accessibility of woodland to urban communities, which are likely to have less access to national protected landscapes.

by Gavin McEwan
Change in Woodland Access Standard measure of the Mersey Forest area. Mapping: Crown Copyright
Change in Woodland Access Standard measure of the Mersey Forest area. Mapping: Crown Copyright

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