Woodland Trust to sponsor research aligned with native woodland report

The Woodland Trust is inviting applications for research projects that will address priority areas within conservation over the next two years.

by Dan Symonds
The report found deadwood invertebrates such as bee, noble and rose chafer beetles to be in steep decline - credit: Philip Formby/WTML
The report found deadwood invertebrates such as bee, noble and rose chafer beetles to be in steep decline - credit: Philip Formby/WTML

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