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Improving woodland management within the South Downs National Park

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Improving woodland management within the South Downs National Park, case study
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Publication date 2016
Publication type Case study
Pages 3

Read our case study about the South Downs National Park, under active management that's estimated to bring £22.8m to the local economy.

The South Downs National Park has over 38,000 hectares (ha) of woodland which covers approximately a quarter of the landscape. Active management of this forest resource has been estimated to bring £22.8m to the local economy as well as provide an educational resource for the local community.