"Tiny forests" can be biodiversity hotspots in urban environments, say Dutch

"Tiny forests" no larger than tennis courts, incorporating many native tree species of varying heights close together, boast higher biodiversity for their size than conventional woodlands and may have other environmental benefits too, according to Dutch researchers.

by Gavin McEwan
Image: WENR
Image: WENR

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