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The wildlife benefits of coppicing in woodland

Jon Rau from the Forestry Commission describes why coppicing is beneficial for wildlife, and the extra ways in which you can make your coppice even better for biodiversity. Jon introduces coppicing and explores what it involves in a complementary video: Filmed on location at Crab Wood (with thanks to Hampshire County Council) and at surrounding woods in Hampshire. In association with Out There Films. Directed by Eleanor Tew, Forestry Commission.

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