Hayley Broad has been with the Woodland Trust since October 2009, where she works with the estate management staff who care for the trust’s 1,200 woods and forests around the United Kingdom.

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Since World War II, many of the United Kingdom’s native woods have been felled and replaced with non-native conifers for fast timber production. The dense growth of conifers prevents light from reaching the woodland floor and therefore reduces biodiversity. Less than 12 percent of the UK’s landmass consists of woodland cover, …

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